gunpowder tea


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gunpowder tea

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(Cookery) a fine variety of green tea, each leaf of which is rolled into a pellet
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Here in the heart of the gunpowder tea production and still within the territory of the Longjing tea Protected Origin Appellation (POA, granted by the EU in 2012) a considerable number of important Chinese officials gathered under the guidance of the China Chamber of Commerce for Food and Livestock (CCCFNA), to discuss how to enhance green teas on an international level and how to further the growth of the export market.
Many of our Toothy Tabs and Tooth Powders were inspired by experimental cuisines, for instance, and so our product inventors wound up using unique ingredients like wasabi, charcoal, fine sea salt, powdered gunpowder tea and black pepper oil to keep your teeth free of plaque, your smiles bright and your breath fresh."
Explosive rum based cocktail including gunpowder tea, the 'HMS Temeraire', is named after the first British ship to be equipped with barbette gun shields in 1876 and 'Cuffs and Buttons' is a refreshing fruity tipple based on a traditional Victorian recipe which later became known as Southern Comfort.
The giant white-framed and purple-accented display holds row upon row of white, high-gloss boxes, identical but for terse descriptions: "Sunset Dinner Yacht Cruise for 2," ''Sony PSP-2000, Black," ''2000 Bentley Azure Convertible," ''Gunpowder Tea Candle."
Who devised the 'law' which predicates that work will expand to fill the time available to complete it?ANSWERS: 1 Cholera; 2 Turkey; 3 Canoeing; 4 Growing plants without soil; 5 Fillet steak; 6 Portugal; 7 Gunpowder tea; 8 The Banana Boat Song; 9 Children's TV; 10 C.
I couldn't get though my day without multiple cups of China Green tea, or Loose Gunpowder tea as it is often called because of the fact it looks like gun powder.
Del Boy would approve of their Pina Colatea which mixes iced green gunpowder tea, coconut and pineapple.
One of the most popular green teas used for chai is gunpowder tea, which gives the closest taste to a stronger black tea, but with higher antioxidant levels and less caffeine.
It's surreal to tuck into paradise slice and gunpowder tea watching cows being milked in the parlour at Low Sizergh Barn, minutes from Junction 36 off the M6 at Kendal.
Gunpowder tea, known in China as pearl tea--due to its tightly rolled round leaves--is a highly revered green tea.
Our tour began with a morning visit to a village gunpowder tea factory, a hand-rolled specialty that is the most popular Chinese green tea in England.
Gunpowder tea's heartier taste is best suited for strong-tasting Asian or Middle Eastern foods.