Organic barley coffee without caffeine 300 grNapolis
Barley coffee or barley infusion is used as a substitute for coffee for the good digestion of food, for purification and for the intestines.
Pour 50 ml of boiling water over 2 tablespoons of barley coffee, let steep for 5 minutes and strain.
The advantage of barley coffee is that it has no caffeine. It is therefore an alternative to decaffeinated coffee but with many benefits.
Barley coffee has especially its long-term benefits on the body, such as the fight against cholesterol.
Here is a non-exhaustive list of the benefits of barley:
- Barley coffee Promotes digestion
- Barley coffee Reduces bloating
- Barley coffee helps in the fight against constipation
- Barley coffee Helps lower blood sugar levels
- Barley coffee is considered an effective anti-inflammatory agent
- Barley coffee has many nutrients such as phosphorus, magnesium, vitamin E, vitamin B, potassium....
Making barley coffee with a French press
Step 1: Boil water
Step 2: Put the amount of barley as you usually do with ground coffee (about 1 tablespoon for 20cl of water)
Step 3: Pour the boiling water and leave to infuse for 3 to 4 minutes, stirring regularly
Step 4: Press with the plunger
Step 5: It's ready can enjoy!
Make barley coffee with an Italian coffee maker
Step 1: Pour the barley coffee into the funnel of the coffee maker.
Step 2: Pour the water into the tank and bring to a boil over low heat. It takes 4 to 7 minutes
Step 3: It's ready you can enjoy!
Making barley coffee with a saucepan or kettle
Step 1: Boil water in a saucepan or kettle (20 cl for a tablespoon of barley coffee)
Step 2: Pour the equivalent of coffee and water into a cup and let steep for 3 to 4 minutes.
Step 3: You can strain or let the barley coffee stagnate at the bottom of the cup like Turkish coffee.
Step 4: It's ready you can enjoy!