Everybody knows green tea and although gunpowder tea may have a strange name, it is nothing else but green tea - it is simply produced differently. The leaves are withered, steamed, rolled into a small round pellet, and then dried. Did you know that gunpowder tea contains volatile oils and can be used in a vaporizer? Indeed, Mother Nature provides us with a wide range of such herbs.
Gunpowder Tea - A special form of Chinese green tea
Gunpowder tea is a form of green tea produced in the Zhejiang Province of China from the Camellia sinensis plant. The production of this special tea dates back to the era of the Tang Dynasty between 618–907. The leaves are withered, steamed, rolled into a small round pellet, and then dried, allowing them to retain more of their flavour and aroma over a longer period of time.
Traditionally, gunpowder tea pellets are steeped in hot water in which they expand rapidly and give off their flavour into the water, but did you know that its volatile oils make gunpowder tea a herb one can use in a vaporizer? Actually, gunpowder tea is only one of many options - Mother Nature provides us with a wide range of vaporisable herbs.
Content: 20 grams
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