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Barley Tea Contains 16 Teabags 144g by House Foods
Barley Tea Contains 16 Teabags 144g by House Foods

Barley Tea Contains 16 Teabags 144g by House Foods

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Barley Tea Caffeine Free 144g by House Foods

16 teabags

Barley tea is a well-known tea in Japan that contains no caffeine, which means it's also a great drink for kids.

House Barley Tea blends a light and deep roasted barley and roasted naked barley, giving it a fragrant aroma and flavourful taste.

We use inner foil wrappers each containing 4 tea bags to keep the best flavour and aroma.

Barley tea or Muji-cha is a popular Japanese summer tea said to cool the body.
Enjoy Muji-cha as iced tea, or add boiling water and brew for 2 to 3 minutes for an aromatic and delicious hot tea.
House Barley Tea is blend of light and deep roasted barley, giving a fragrant aroma and full flavour.
Mugi-cha is rich in antioxidants called polyphenols. These keep the heart healthy and aid general well-being.

Ingredients: Roasted barley


Put 1 tea bag into a 1qt pitcher of water. Chill the pitcher in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours. Remove tea bag at desired flavour level.

To serve hot:

Add a teabag to the boiling water for about 2 minutes. Remove tea bag and let cool slightly before drinking.

Product of Japan

Having House Foods Corporation Japan as a parent company, House Foods America was established in 1983 with a vision of promoting healthy eating. Tofu is widely popular in Asia, but less so in the West and House Foods is working to show consumers throughout the world that tofu is great for the diet and family health.


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