Japanese Roasted Barley Tea with Black Soybeans, Mugicha Tea Bags 14.1

Japanese Roasted Barley Tea with Black Soybeans, Mugicha Tea Bags 14.1 oz (400g)

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SKU: JP-714

Roasted barley tea is the flavor of summer in Japan. Widely craved on hot summer days barley, or mugicha, is a staple across Asia. With a wonderfully light and nutty flavor This Japanese tea tastes great hot or cold. With the added taste of black soybeans Japanese barley tea has recently been getting more attention for its cool and refreshing taste.To make barley tea:
1. Place one bag into boiling water and boil for about 5 minutes (1 bag makes about 1 cup)
2. To enjoy iced, place tea into the refrigerator to cool; add ice and enjoy. As the name suggests, Yamashiro Bussan has a factory in Yamashiro, Kyoto, which uses carefully selected tea leaves.
Kyoto tea has a reputation for a long time, and its history goes back to the Kamakura period. "Kyoto Yamashiro" is adjacent to the south side of Uji City, and the tea plantations are cultivated while the production and supply system of high-quality tea is being prepared. In 2014, the Kyoto Yamashiro area was certified as a Japanese heritage "800-year history walk of Japanese tea".
This Yamashiro region has been repeatedly devising and innovating its cultivation and tea-making technologies, and has been producing Matcha, Sencha and Gyokuro, the representatives of Japanese tea.

  • Ingredients: Barley, black soybean. Contains soy
  • Product Weight: 14.1 oz (400g)
  • Product of Japan
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

Roasted barley tea is the flavor of summer in Japan. Widely craved on hot summer days barley, or mugicha, is a staple across Asia. With a wonderfully light and nutty flavor This Japanese tea tastes great hot or cold. With the added taste of black soybeans Japanese barley tea has recently been getting more attention for its cool and refreshing taste.To make barley tea:
1. Place one bag into boiling water and boil for about 5 minutes (1 bag makes about 1 cup)
2. To enjoy iced, place tea into the refrigerator to cool; add ice and enjoy. As the name suggests, Yamashiro Bussan has a factory in Yamashiro, Kyoto, which uses carefully selected tea leaves.
Kyoto tea has a reputation for a long time, and its history goes back to the Kamakura period. "Kyoto Yamashiro" is adjacent to the south side of Uji City, and the tea plantations are cultivated while the production and supply system of high-quality tea is being prepared. In 2014, the Kyoto Yamashiro area was certified as a Japanese heritage "800-year history walk of Japanese tea".
This Yamashiro region has been repeatedly devising and innovating its cultivation and tea-making technologies, and has been producing Matcha, Sencha and Gyokuro, the representatives of Japanese tea.

  • Ingredients: Barley, black soybean. Contains soy
  • Product Weight: 14.1 oz (400g)
  • Product of Japan
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.
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