We always get a reaction with its name, "Gunpowder" green tea. Its funny name came from how the tea leaves are rolled into a tide pellet-like. It has a matte green color. Brewing gives a golden color with a slightly greenish with a light smoky note. It is the tea that will boost your energy!
Be mindful of water temperature and how long to steep this tea. Steep in a low heat temperature (160 degrees) and 1-2 minutes to achieve the taste profile we described above.
INGREDIENT: 100% Camellia Sinensis (Tea)
CAFFEINE LEVEL: Medium
BREWING DIRECTION: About a heap of tea per 8 oz of water. Multiple infusions by removing the leaves from your tea and set them aside until you are ready to re-steep.
ORIGIN: Zhejiang, China
GOOD TO KNOW: Be mindful of water temperature and how long steeping the tea. Keep in the airtight container, away from strong odor and sunlight.