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Organic Gunpowder Green Tea

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Item:
FNP031
Availability:
In Stock
Size:
16 oz Pkg
Organic
Kosher
  • Certified organic gunpowder green tea



  • Fair Trade Certified™



  • Camellia sinensis


Gunpowder green tea gets its name from its resemblance to gunpowder--rolled into small pellets. This gunpowder green tea from Frontier Natural Products is certified organic by QAI, and is Fair Trade Certified™. It is said that this green tea has a bold taste and a lightly smoky flavor. It's higher in caffeine than most other green teas. This 16 oz. bag ensures you'll have plenty of tea!

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Fair Trade Certified™ Gunpowder Green Tea

Certified Organic Camellia sinensis

Directions: To enjoy, pour 6 oz. simmering water (170F preferred) over one teaspoon of tea. Steep 2-4 minutes, strain and serve immediately.

Certified Organic by QAI

  • FAIR TRADE CERTIFIED™
  • USDA Organic
  • Kosher

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Frontier Natural Products Co-Op Organic Gunpowder Green Tea Reviews

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Organic Gunpowder Green Tea 5 5 1 2
My Favorite Green Tea! Thank you Swanson for carrying this product! This is my very favorite green tea for its flavor, and seems to have the right amount of caffeine in it for me (not too much!). This tea is ridiculously expensive at my local co-op. I am so GLAD I can finally get it from Swanson's. I use a tea-ball and put about 1 tsp of the little rolled up tea leaves inside, and pour boiling water over it into my cup. If you prefer it stronger (and more caffeine, just use more). You can also make it in a basket-type coffee maker which I've done. But I prefer the "freshness" of each individually brewed cup now, so prefer the teaball method. I've tried other brands and they don't taste nearly as good. From reading lately about the problems with fluoride in teabags, I shy away from those teas. Have also read there may be mold issues with teabags, so this is my favorite way to go - and so delicious. August 13, 2013
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