Years ago, a western gentleman was visiting Shanghai.After eating his lunch, he was given some green tea to drink.
"Such good tea! What's the name of it?" he asked.
The waiter, not knowing English, thought he was asking if the tea was fresh.
"The tea has just been made."
In Chinese, "just" is said as "gang" and "been made" is said as "pao de".
"Gang Pao De?" Thus, the tea was named Gunpowder.
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|Making Process||Pan-dry fried, rolled, repeated it a few times, and then the tea leaves are fired until they are dry.|
|Health Benefits||Green tea is able to prevent heart diseases and cancer better than others.|
|Remarks||It has a mild taste, and is quite a common green tea. It is easy to start.|
Colour: Grass green with some white fur rolled together. It is a bright green when wet.
Shape: Small pellet
Size: Ranges from green bean to yellow bean
Smell: Fresh when dry, resembles vegetables when wet
Taste: Resembles spinach and seaweed
Teaware: Gaiwan (porcelain, bone china or glass), tall glass
MY Teahouse suggests using 85ºC on top of the tea leaves, brewing for about 45 sec-1 minute for the 1st infusion, 30-45 sec for the 2nd and 3rd infusions and 1.5 minutes for the 4th and 5th infusions.
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