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Temple of Heaven Gunpowder Green Tea, 6 Pack of 18 Bags, From Numi Tea
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  • Temple of Heaven Gunpowder Green Tea, 6 Pack of 18 Bags, From Numi Tea

Temple of Heaven Gunpowder Green Tea, 6 Pack of 18 Bags, From Numi Tea

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Manufacturer : Numi Organic
UPC : 680692101096
Manufacturer Part #: UT0004
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Temple of Heaven Gunpowder Green Tea, 18 Bags, From Numi Tea

Ages before the birth of humanity, when ice still covered the earth, a family of high-mountain Camellia plants thrived. From these, the tea bush traces its noble lineage.

Our whole leaf Gunpowder tea is gently steamed within hours of being plucked, then skillfully hand rolled into small tight pearls. This process preserves its delicate flavor and aroma far longer than other green teas. Steeped in hot water, the leaves unfurl, releasing a well-rounded full-bodied flavor. Rich in fluoride, calcium, and anti-oxidants and with very little caffeine, this is a perfect choice to greet the evening.

Numi is a labor of love by a brother and sister. He opened and ran tea houses in Europe, while she painted all of the images used on their packages.

Through careful tasting, travelling and running tea houses in Europe, Numi selects only the finest and rare full-leaf teas and the freshest herbs across the world, without the addition of oils or flavorings. Numi offers high-quality black and green teas as well as unique and delicious herbal teasans from around the world. Unique to Numi are new herbal teasans from Africa, the Middle East, and Australia, all containing numerous health benefits.

*Teasans are teas without caffeine, coined after the French "tisane," for brewed herbal beverage.

Not only are Numi Teas delicious, they are rich in minerals, vitamins, polyphenols, flavenoids and antioxidants. They are made using full-leaf tea, not the "fannings" or dust that remains after the tea leaf separating process.