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The English named it after its visual resemblance to gunpowder. Cultivated in the Chinese province of Zhejiang, when the leaves are collected they are rolled into small balls to better maintain their properties. The leaves of this tea are specially selected for their quality, size and style. The challenge is to get small and tight “nuggets” with great skill to achieve rolling the leaves of green tea. When hot water is added, the balls unwrap and produce a green drink with an aroma and aftertaste that does not go unnoticed. This tea is ideal to combine with meals, complementing most meat and fish.