Green tea is one of the most consumed tea varieties. The name “gunpowder” is believed to take its English name from the fact that the tea resembles gunpowder grains, in which each leaf has been rolled into a small round pellet. A common recommendation is to follow the brewing instructions carefully. One should respect the correct infusion time and use the hot water only until 10 minutes after its boiling point. Half a teaspoon of tea per cup is enough to brew an excellent tea.
Unlike black tea, Green tea is less processed (its leaves are only steamed and then dried) which makes for a softer tea with a larger amount of antioxidants.
Green tea is a healthy complement to a rich and varied diet and a great source of antioxidants. The antioxidants protect the body against the harmful effect of oxidizing substances and free radicals that weaken our natural defenses and accelerate the aging process.
It helps to lower cholesterol levels and helps the body in absorbing less grease and to excrete more.
Green tea helps support healthy teeth thanks to its content in fluor. Like most teas, green tea has a diuretic effect, it helps to eliminate liquids. It has a low calorie content and a good alternative for anyone who is tired of restricting oneself to water, and it tastes as good as sugary or fizzy drinks..
Tea is a stimulating drink that helps to wake up mind and body when it is most difficult (in the morning, after-dinner...).
Add 1/2 large teaspoon to boiling or very hot water, steep for 10 minutes.
Presentation Bag with 100g tea.