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Gunpowder green tea was originally named Pearl tea or Zucha, and has been known since the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD). The current English name is attributed to a British clerk in the 1800's who thought that the processed leaves resembled pelleted gunpowder used for cannons.
The liquor should be a bright clear copper to olive color, not yellow or cloudy. The aroma should last and the taste remain mellow, not harsh.
How many cups of tea there is:
50 grams - 33 cups*
100 grams - 66 cups*
150 grams - 100 cups*
250 grams - 166 cups*
* - on average, based on 200 ml cup and one infusion
|Taste:||clean with a sweet refreshing aftertaste|
|Taste - category:||Refreshing|
|Appearance:||tightly rolled dark brown leaf|
|Infusion:||bright clear copper to olive color|
|Aroma:||mellow with a fine tart scent|