Talk:Roasted grain drink

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Article name[edit]

I'm not sure if "roasted grain beverage" is the best name for this article. A product distributed by the Kellogg Company uses the phrase on its labelling, but I don't know if there is a better name for the general type of beverage. "I'm going to make a cup of roasted grain beverage" doesn't sound right. -- Rikus 07:24, 30 December 2005 (UTC)

I think it's probably not all reconstituted - the Japanese put roasted grains in some of their teas, and possibly have all grain infusions as well. In australia there's a grain beverage powder called Caro

You certainly don't "reconstitute" mugicha or genmaicha. If the article is intended to discuss roasted grain beverages in general, then they're typically boiled/brewed/steeped in some way, and the grains discarded. (Technically this sort of reconstitutes the grains, I guess, but that's not what you consume.) However, if this article is meant to focus on instant products (just add water and stir) it should be titled "Instant Roasted Grain Beverages." -- (talk) 14:35, 11 April 2013 (UTC)