Gunpowder Supreme tea – loose in tin

13,00 

VAT included
Among the many types of green tea, the most popular is surely the Gunpowder Supreme, with its herbaceous aroma and intense yellow color that combines a fresh and light taste to its healthful properties.

Gunpowder Supreme tea – loose in tin

13,00 

Among the many types of green tea, the most popular is surely the Gunpowder Supreme, with its herbaceous aroma and intense yellow color that combines a fresh and light taste to its healthful properties. Like all green teas, the Gunpowder Supreme does not undergo oxidative processes and at the end of processing the leaves, they rolled up on themselves, taking the form of dark green small spheres resembling precisely the gunpowder from which the tea takes its name, probably coined by an English sailor in the seventeenth century.

Ingredients
Chinese green tea

Color
Deep yellow

Aroma
Grassy

Taste
Decisive, full and slightly bitterish

Preparation
2,5 gr per 200 cc of natural mineral water at 90°
Infusion time 3 minutes

Matching
Ideal with almond paste sweetmeats, dried fruit and also with fish and chicken with lemon

 

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  • Net weight100gr

Description

Among the many types of green tea, the most popular is surely the Gunpowder Supreme, with its herbaceous aroma and intense yellow color that combines a fresh and light taste to its healthful properties. Like all green teas, the Gunpowder Supreme does not undergo oxidative processes and at the end of processing the leaves, they rolled up on themselves, taking the form of dark green small spheres resembling precisely the gunpowder from which the tea takes its name, probably coined by an English sailor in the seventeenth century. Ingredients Chinese green tea Color Deep yellow Aroma Grassy Taste Decisive, full and slightly bitterish Preparation 2,5 gr per 200 cc of natural mineral water at 90° Infusion time 3 minutes Matching Ideal with almond paste sweetmeats, dried fruit and also with fish and chicken with lemon  

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