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Japanese barley tea made from traditional ''six-row barley'' in Kagawa prefecture, Shikoku island.

Small-scale family production (a rare thing), this mugicha is full of love and sunshine.

Mugicha is made from roasted barley grains which can be steeped hot or cold. Most teas sold as mugicha are made from the roasted leftovers of industrial barley agriculture, but not this one. This barley is processed in the sole objective of making tea. It tastes rather sweet, with light caramelized aromas and a gentle nuttiness in the flavor.

Barley doesn't contain any caffeine, so drink your heart away!

Mostly drank cold in Japan during the summer, but also makes a very comforting hot beverage in the winter.