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drank mugicha by House Foods
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If you haven’t tried Mugicha- you’re missing out! This is a unique, easy to prepare bagged Mugicha (roasted barley tea) that is incredibly popular in Korea, Japan, and China.

I often will brew it cold overnight and drink it throughout the day. When I lived in China, and couldn’t drink the water, I would drink Mugicha by the pitcher-full all day- just add boiling water to the bag continually. It has a roasted, light and rich flavor. A bit toasty, a bit nutty. Yum!

Flavors: Cardboard, Rice, Roasted Barley

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I just started cold brewing Muchiga. It’s most enjoyable and thirst quenching.

Christie Lee

Right?! I love it, and it is so economical! I think my box of 50 pitcher sized bags was about 4$ Thank you House Foods!

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It needs more love. I am new to cold brewing and that is a perfect vehicle for Muchiga.

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I just started cold brewing Muchiga. It’s most enjoyable and thirst quenching.

Christie Lee

Right?! I love it, and it is so economical! I think my box of 50 pitcher sized bags was about 4$ Thank you House Foods!

WE ARE CLOSED

It needs more love. I am new to cold brewing and that is a perfect vehicle for Muchiga.

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Christ follower, tea lover.

Born in Montreal, Canada- studied and lived in both California, and mainland China. I speak English, French, and Mandarin Chinese.

I drink tea, study tea, write about tea, touch tea, and work (at Tealyra!) with tea- all day. My hands are matcha-stained.

I have lived in China- and had the opportunity to drink the most incredible orthodox teas, traveled to Yunnan and browse pu’erh shops, and even made my own small batch Japanese green tea outside of Kyoto, Japan.

I think my initial love of tea is rooted in childhood memories with my Grandmama sipping honey-sweetened tisane. My appreciation for all things Camelia Sinensis has grown and matured since those fruity tisane childhood days.

Likes : Oolong (especially true milk oolong), Japanese teas, and pu’erh. I appreciate most teas and herbal infusions.

Dislikes : licorice, fennel, too-much ginger, too-much hibiscus.

Self-proclaimed lover of tea: passionate about Jesus, people, traveling, I love music, fragrance and good food.

I work for Tealyra (used to be named Tealux), I am our house Tea Sommelier. I am blessed to have access to some of the best teas in the world daily! I am a Certified Tea Sommelier through ITMA (studied tea in China, Hong Kong, and in Montreal).

You can read all my tasting notes for Tealyra on our website, I taste and write for our company.

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