It tastes like coffee, but it isn’t coffee! Then what could it be??
It’s Barley Tea! Say goodbye to your coffee cravings and start a new healthy life with this wonderful nutty beverage.
Roasted barley tea, known as boricha in Korea, mugicha in Japan and maicha in China, is known for its smoky scent and rich taste. ... Unlike coffee and some teas, this herbal option is caffeine-free. It can be used throughout the day—with meals—or in the evening to improve your mood.
This cereal has been present in Chinese medicine over a long period of time for its properties and amazing health benefits.
Nowadays, Barley tea is known around the world, so don’t be surprised if you find it going by different names when you travel to Asia. In Japan, it is called mugicha, in China, dàmàichá and, in Korea, boricha.
This nutritional tea can be brewed as a caffeine free coffee substitute, which is the reason why so many Americans love it. It offers a pleasant roastness, similar to coffee.
Drinking this tea on a regular basis may help you to cope with stress and reduce physical problems that are associated with it, like gaining weight by overeating during stressful periods.
48 Dolce Gusto Compatible Capsules