hot or cold a special treat!
Roasted Barley Tea (Mugicha)
A special, different type of tea: Cereal tea without caffeine
The roasted barley tea smells pleasantly of roasted grain and is reminiscent of bread, coffee or carafe. The taste is pleasantly light and not at all intrusive. Many people love this drink because of its lightness.
In Asia, e.g. Korea, Japan or China, barley tea is served as a welcome drink in the restaurant. A nice idea: Good to sit back and relax!
Since barley tea does not contain caffeine, it can be drunk at any time of the day without any problems.
A refreshing pleasure, even ice cold
In Japan this tea is also made traditionally cold as an iced tea drank. Very, very refreshing and really something different! In Japanese this tea is called "Mugicha", which means nothing else than barley tea.
The tea is a surprising alternative to conventional herbal teas.
We are one of the few retailers who offer this interesting soft drink in such high quality.