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Gunpowder Green Tea

Gunpowder Green Tea is a Chinese classic with over a thousand years of history. Known as "zhu cha" in Chinese, this everyday drinker boasts an earthy, slightly smoky flavor, reminiscent of its namesake. The unique rolling process, creating tight pellets resembling gunpowder, preserves the tea's freshness and flavor, making it an ideal choice for common tea drinking. Originally introduced during the Tang Dynasty, soldiers cherished it during long marches, making it both a source of refreshment and energy.

Gunpowder Green Tea

  • Robust
  • Smoky
  • Notes of Nuttiness
  • Slightly Sweet Aftertaste
  • Rich in Antioxidants
  • Supports Heart Health
  • Boosts Cognitive Function
  • Promotes Calm Emergy & Reduces Stress Levels
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This is the typical green tea that most people think of when thinking of Chinese green tea. It's served In Chinese restaurants and Is what's considered an "everyday drinker" tea for common tea drinking. I was first Introduced to gunpowder when I started my first tea company as the green tea used In Moroccan Mint traditional tea as It holds up well to mint and balances the menthol well.

This tea Is earthy, slightly smoky and resembles "gunpowder" and Is typically loosely rolled which gives It a unique appearance but not as uniformly perfectly rolled as Dragon Phoenix Pearls.

Gunpowder green tea, also known as "zhu cha" in Chinese, has a long and interesting history that dates back more than a thousand years. Gunpowder green tea originated in the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD) in China.

Production Method: Gunpowder green tea is produced using a unique process that involves rolling the tea leaves into small, tight pellets that resemble gunpowder. This rolling process helps to preserve the tea's freshness and flavor by reducing its exposure to air and light.

The tea's name "Gunpowder" originated from its resemblance to the pellets used in gunpowder ammunition during the Tang Dynasty. It is said that soldiers would carry the tea with them on long marches and battles as a source of refreshment and energy.

Origin: Gunpowder Green Tea originated in the Zhejiang province of China, specifically in the areas surrounding the city of Hangzhou.

Processing: Freshly picked tea leaves are withered, then steamed or pan-fried to stop oxidation. The leaves are then rolled into small, tight pellets resembling gunpowder. This rolling process helps the leaves retain their flavor and aroma while also protecting them from damage during transportation.

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    What a Security Guard drinks at night while on duty is priceless. He needs to stay alert and keep watch on persons and property. Gunpowder Tea is better than coffee for my son. He has drank coffee for years, but now he will only drink Gunpowder Tea. It makes him more alert and energetic while on duty. He drinks his first cup and is able to make two three cups more by adding hot water from the shop kitchen. He loves it.

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