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TGL Co. Gunpowder - Temple Of Heaven Green Tea

Hand rolled pellets of the finest green tea to give a pale infusion and a mild, pleasing aftertaste.

Regular price ₹1,198

  • Description

    About Gunpowder - Temple Of Heaven Green Tea:

    Tiny hand rolled pearls of some of the finest Chinese green tea leaves give this tea its unique name. When hot water is poured over it, the little balls dance gracefully in the water and unfurl slowly producing a flavorful, pale brew with a mild, slightly bitter aftertaste which is intensely pleasing. Temple of Heaven, as the name implies, is the highest grade of this type of tea and perfectly paired with most meat and vegetables. It also can be brewed into a refreshing iced tea with or without lemon.

    Tasting Notes:

    Simple yet noticeable vegetal and woody notes with a pleasantly benign aftertaste.

    • Aroma: A woody, vegetal freshness evocative of open meadows
    • Complements: Butter Chicken, Curries, Most meat and vegetables
    • Health Benefit*: Aids weight loss, Improves heart health, Increases mental alertness, Good for digestion
    • Caffeine Content: Medium
    • Appearance: Yellow
    • *Ingredients included in the tea are known to contribute to the mentioned health benefits.

    Nutritional Information

  • Ingredients

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  • For Teabag:

    Note: Do not boil water with teabag in it. It may cause the tea to taste bitter.

    • Take 1 teabag in a cup for each 150 ml of water.
    • Bring the water to a boil separately and let it cool down for 2 minutes such that the water temperature is 70-80°C.
    • Pour it into the cup and leave to infuse for 3-4 minutes.
    • Remove the teabag from the cup and enjoy your tea.

    For Loose Leaf:

    Note: Do not boil water with tea leaves in it. It may cause the tea to taste bitter.

    • Take 1 tsp or 2g of tea for each 150 ml of water. Use tea infuser or teapot for convenience.
    • Bring the water to a boil separately and let it cool down for 2 minutes such that the water temperature is 70-80°C.
    • Pour hot water into the cup containing tea and leave to infuse for 3-4 minutes.
    • Sieve and serve. In case of infuser, remove it from the cup and enjoy.