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250gram China Gunpowder Tea - Loose Rolled Leaf - Temple of Heaven Brand

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When making / and drinking Green Tea, it's a tea that you expect to be light and golden in colour, this tea meets this expectations, but without the strength of Whittards etc. The soothing earthy aroma and gentle feeling of the tea magic coursing through your veins early in the morning is something I couldn't really live without now. In terms of its appearance, gunpowder green tea is tightly rolled and the high quality is clearly visible upon inspection. Originally referred to as Pearl Tea, it gets the name 'Gunpowder' from an English clerk who mistaken the tea for gunpowder due to its appearance. Several types of green tea leaves are commonly rolled into "gunpowder" form, including Chunmee, Tieguanyin, Huang Guanyin, and Dong Ding, as well as many other oolong and higher-end jasmine teas.

Among Gunpowder Green Tea’s antioxidants is Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which has huge potential in everyday life. Our Supreme "Temple of Heaven" Gunpowder tea is a premium variety of traditional Chinese green tea, sure to delight any lover of green tea. The Maghrebi tea ritual is at the heart of any social gathering, from an informal visit to a neighbor to lavish soirees with dignitaries.While gunpowder tea’s rolling process locks in flavour, we also foil-wrap this large leaf blend to ensure it reaches you as fresh as the day it was dried. It’s not going to do all of the work for you, though, so be sure to keep up those morning jogs and evening salads. I first encountered this tea at a now sadly gone Chinese supermarket which wasn't far from the Broadmarsh Centre in Nottingham. Superior quality green tea leaves are tightly rolled into tiny pearls and dried over wood fires, taking on a subtle smokiness in the process. Allow the leaves to unfold, releasing their full potential, and relish in the uplifting aroma that accompanies each sip.

This version, which is high in caffeine content can also be infused more than once which will reduce the slightly tangy character. The best-known green tea from the Anhui Province of China grown 6000 feet above sea level with leaves which are rolled into tight pellets. This enchanting combination creates a tea experience that is both exhilarating and soothing, making it the perfect companion for moments of rejuvenation.Early on, I used to have around 4 or 5 cups of this a day, finding myself confused as to why I couldn't get to sleep until gone 1am in the morning.

We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented here and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. We ensure the tea leaves are rolled extra tightly and are darker and more polished than our standard gunpowder. uk accepts no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products by manufacturers or other third parties. Add lemon and a sprig of mint to create a refined iced tea refresher – ideal served by the jug-full in the afternoon sunshine.

The tea leaves are hand-rolled into small pellets that resemble gunpowder, giving the tea its unique name. Gunpowder’ became a popular tea processing method as rolling the pellets locks in the flavour and aromas, releasing them again once they’re steeped in hot water. Dive into the bold and robust essence of gunpowder green tea leaves, renowned for their tightly rolled appearance that unfurls during steeping, releasing a rich and full-bodied flavour. Simply add a little sugar to a strong Gunpowder Supreme infusion, then dilute with chilled water and ice. Revitalize your senses with the invigorating allure of Hebden’s Minty Gunpowder Green Tea, a blend that fuses the robust character of gunpowder green tea leaves with the cooling embrace of mint.

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