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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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Peter S.
Gun powder

Absolutely gorgeous flavour green tea and may I say what superb service and communication,a very happy customer who will be returning again and again many thanks

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Mike
Gunpowder

Wonderful product and brilliant service

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V.H.
Fabulous flavour and no bitterness!

I drink green tea becuse it is so good for the digestive system but I have never really enjoyed it...until I went to Söderberg Café in Soho, London where I enjoyed a pot of the Gunpowder. What a surprise, it is so delicious and I am completely sold on it. One of the staff members told me they pour a little bit of cold water on the leaves before pouring the boiling water on top and this stops any bitterness coming through. Not sure if this a fact or if the tea is naturally bitter free but it is certainly delicious.

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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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