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Gunpowder

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A very popular tea in China called Zhucha - meaning pearl tea. Green tea leaves are rolled into small pearls which keeps the leaves fresher for longer. A wonderfully smooth green tea with a hint of smokiness.

Ingredients: Chinese green tea.

Customer Reviews

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Andy G.
So I thought I didn't like green tea...

...but following a trip to Wagamama I decided to give it another go, and I'm so pleased I did. This is my new go-to tea for drinking through the day. The key for me is not to use to much. Just a third of a teaspoon or so in a mug gives me a really light refreshing drink.

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Lizzy

Love this tea it's just a bit milder than some green teas

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Julia R.
A balanced and fine tea

When steeped for a few minutes, it displays powerful aromas of spring flowers enhanced by woody and malty notes. A very rich and flavoursome tea, which is excellent for energy boost both in the early morning and /or afternoon.

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Michail
Amazing

The tea is absolutely amazing!
and arrived really fast

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Rob P.
A Winter Warmer

If you're looking for something with a subtle smoky finish that gives you a reason to drag yourself out of bed on a cold winter's morning, look no further.

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