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I discovered barley lattes a couple of years ago. Apparently roasted barley is a popular hot "tea" drink in Japan. I only know one place to find it in Hollywood, CA, but I order the tea bags on the internet.

Dave Cook

Now that you mention it, the word "barley" has popped up recently at a few places I've visited; I'll have to take a closer look. Thanks!

Connie Tossava

I recently spent 18 days in Los Angeles because our son married a very nice hispanic lady whom we adore. We stayed at her parents home periodically thougout our trip, but they only speak spanish and I only speak english. My daughter in law and her siblings speak both languages however were unavailable to translate the recipe for a wonderful warm drink that my daughter in laws mother made for us just before our flight home. I know some of the ingredients but I don't know how much or if I have all of the ingredients. It is hot milk, sweetened with sugar and cinnamon and contain oatmeal, however the oatmeal could not be seen in the drink. I have been searching for a similar recipe but nothing comes close. Could someon please help me out

Dave Cook

Connie, here's one of many "avena" recipes on the web:


Hope this comes close!

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i really like the info at this post.. thanks!

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