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Gunpowder Green (Organic)

Gunpowder Green (Organic)

Tasting Notes: Savoury. Woodsy. Round.

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Experience the extraordinary with our Organic Fair-Trade Gunpowder Green Tea. Delicate, young green tea leaves, carefully rolled into tiny spheres resembling precious gems, create a captivating visual feast. As the infusion begins, a fragrant grassy aroma permeates the air, transporting you to lush tea gardens in the Far East.

Indulge your palate in a symphony of flavours as you take a sip. The harmonious blend of grassy notes, delicately accented by a hint of smokiness, unveils a taste that has withstood the test of time.

Let the whispers of the Far East swirl within your teacup, transporting you to a realm of luxury and refinement. Each sip is an invitation to savour life's moments and unlock the full potential of this remarkable elixir.

 

Caffeine | Caféine : Low | Faible

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Steeping Instructions

Water Temperature: 180-185 F degrees
Steep Time: 3 minutes
Suggested Serving Size: 1 tsp | 8 oz

Ingredients

Organic Gunpowder Green Tea

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Saige Bakke
Just a bit bitter for

Just a bit bitter for me personally

Hi Saige,

I'm sorry to hear this. Have you tried changing your steeping time? I find if I steep it too long, it can become bitter.

Let me know how long you're currently steeping it for and if you shorten the time, how it turns out.

~ Sherry