Gunpowder green tea is one of the most widely consumed teas in China. It comes from the Wuyuan region, Jiangxi province and its production dates back to the Tang dynasty (618-907).
Its name “gunpowder” comes from the similarity between the shape of the leaves and the gunpowder grains that were used centuries ago. the leaves are rolled in this way to better maintain their properties.
Gunpowder green tea has smoky, ashy, sweet, vegetal and woody notes, medium body and low astringency.
Dosage : 2 – 3 grams
Temperature : 75 – 80º
Weather : 1.5 minutes
Theine : 2 / 5