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Pearl Barley Adlay Millet Tea Hatomugi Cha

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Routinely recommended by Japanese dermatologists to beautify skin

Hatomugi Cha is a traditional herbal tea routinely recommended by Japanese dermatologists to beautify skin and cure its ailments. Also known as pearl barley, Job's tears and adlay millet.

  • Improves complexion and bounce
  • Helps soften skin and clear blemishes
  • Reduces dark spots and lightens tone

Known for its high content of  "Beauty Vitamins" B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin) and B3 (niacin). Contains array of anti-oxidants and a cancer-fighting compound called Coixenolide, which diminishes blemishes and spots by slowing-down skin's melanin levels.

Serve hot, cold or over ice.

Easy to prepare (see how-to below).


All Natural. Pesticide Free.

Dried and roasted using traditional Japanese techniques

Hygienically packed to ensure optimal quality

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Grown & harvested by traditional farmers in
subtropical highlands of Miyazaki, Japan

Type: Herbal
Region: Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan
Caffeine: None
Flavor: Light, roasty, popcorny, slightly sweet
Color: Light yellow
Ingredients: Roasted whole-grain Adlay Millet
                     (Coix lacryma-jobi)
Net Weight: 150 grams
Product of Japan

How to Brew Hatomugi Cha

Japanese Senjiru Method

Roasted, whole grain adlay millet tea (hatomugicha)

Senjiru is a time-tested Japanese method for brewing herbal teas. The basic steps are a rapid boil, followed by simmer and then a cool-down period.

The following instructions are for brewing two 250 ml (8 oz) cups of Hatomugi Cha.

  • Add 1 rounded tablespoon to 2 cups of water.
  • Heat to a full, rolling boil. 
  • Turn heat down. Simmer for 15 minutes.
  • Turn heat off and wait for 10 minutes.

Strain and serve hot, chilled or over ice.

Tips for best flavor and maximum goodness

  • Always use fresh, good quality water (but not distilled water). If using tap water, let it run cold for at least 10 seconds before using it.
  • Use a non-reactive kettle such as glass, ceramic, stainless steel, enamel or cast iron. Avoid using kettles made from aluminum.
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Product Reviews

  1. Refreshing.

    Posted by Valtiel on 28th Jun 2018

    To start this off, I haven't finished the bag. Just this week, i've been able to consume this tea regularly. So, i'm not a hundred percent sure that I can see a difference in my skin, with this alone. That could change in a month of regular consumption though!

    Inner affects? I'm not feeling bloated. Especially during the mooncycle, this time around! It seems to work, in conjunction with black sugar tea. No cramps!

    Taste: Popcorn and sweet grass. With an overall midtone of nutty tang in the back of the mouth.

    Aroma: Roasted grass for me. Which is nice!
    And the seeds taste a bit like maple!


  2. Soothing clean pure tea!

    Posted by Melanie on 2nd Sep 2017

    When I drink this, it feels cleansing and soothing, calming. It has a slight sweetness with an herbal woody aroma and delicate flavor. As everything else from here, the experience is fully enjoyable and I look forward to trying more! Gentle is how I'd describe this. I'm very happy to have tried this and finished so quickly! Will be back! <3 :)


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