Use these barley tea grains for hot or cold mugi-cha. Cold steep mugicha for 8-10 hours for a refreshing drink. Learn how to make mugi-cha on our blog!
Growing up in Cupertino, mugicha (barley tea) is something Yoko's mom would always have on the ready, in the fridge. After a long bike ride around the neighborhood with friends, mugicha on ice was a thirst quencher that signaled the summer.
Mugicha has a roasted, nutty, smoky flavor with a slight flavor of caramel. There is no need to add sugar, and there's no caffeine, making it a perfect substitute for sugary sodas and juices. Mugicha is rich in vitamins, and antioxidants. It is said to help prevent diabetes and lower cholesterol.
- Capacity: 13.4 oz / 380 g
- Made in Japan