Kobashi Mugicha Barley Tea, 52ct. value pack

$9.49

  • Serve Hot or Cold
  • Use in your favorite bubble tea or boba drink!
  • Artisan Roasted, From Japan
  • No Caffeine
  • Unique smoky, nutty flavor
  • 52 ct. teabag pack

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Description

Hakubaku’s Barley Tea imported from Japan (Kobashi Mugicha) is our most popular version of barley tea in Japan!  The smokey aroma of a freshly brewed cup of barley tea can take away all your worries and calm your senses. Get great taste and the health benefits of barley all in one drink!

Our 52 sachet count is great for large parties or to have ready for consumption. Add some lemon and honey or fruit slices for a little sweetness.

  • Delicious Kobashi Mugicha barley tea from Japan
  • No Caffeine
  • Unique smoky, nutty flavor
  • Serve cold, or hot
  • 52 ct. teabag pack

How to brew:  Hot: add 1 sachet every 1.5 liter (about 1 1/2qt) of water and steep 1 hour. Remove sachet and serve.

Cold: Add 1 sachet to each 1 quart (about 34oz/bag) and steep 2-3 hours in the refrigerator. Remove sachet and serve.

MAKE Roasted Barley Bubble Tea

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Sweet, refreshing, ZERO CAFFEINE!

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup tapioca pearls
  • 3 Tbsp white sugar
  • 1 Tbsp of barley
  • 2 black tea bags (Ceylon or 5 Roses tea)
  • Milk to taste
  • 3 cups ice (cubes)

Method

  • Boil a medium-sized pot of water and put the tapioca pearls in once bubbling.
  • Leave the pearls to boil for an hour, checking at 15-minute intervals, then mix to prevent them from sticking to the pot.
  • Once the pearls are cooked, strain them and place them into a bowl of ice (2 cups) immediately to cool.

While waiting for the pearls, brew the tea:

  • Boil 2 cups of water in a saucepan, then add the tea bags – boil for 5 minutes
  • take the bags out and add the sugar into the pot and mix.
  • Once the sugar has melted, remove the tea bags.
  • Allow the tea to cool.
  • Place the tapioca pearls into glasses.
  • Pour the roasted barley black tea into the glasses
  • Add milk to taste and ice blocks to serve.