Tsampa is the staple food of Tibetans and often called as the National food of Tibet. It is roast barley ground into fine and coarse flour. Tsampa is a very simple and easy to prepare food widely known as convenience food used at home and also by the travelers in Tibet. It is easy to carry and easy to prepare. Travelers in Tibet always have a pouch of Tsampa tugged to their luggage for an easy and readily available meal.Tsampa mixed with yak butter, dried powdered cheese and tea makes for a refreshing and energetic food. Sportsmen in Tibet consider Tsampa as an energy booster minus the harmful chemicals. Ground roasted barley is easily digestible and is readily absorbable by the body. Tibetans traditionally use Tsampa for various religious rituals and offering purposes,
we are offering three kind Tsampa here at our online.
Regular Tsampa is ground into fine flour.
Amdo Tsampa is ground into coarse flour.
Tibetan Barley Tsampa Black Barley seed from Tibet.