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Numi Tea Gunpowder Green Organic Tea - 18 Bags



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Organic Tea
The Purest Tea on the Plante
Green Tea
Contains Caffeine
Organic ~ Temple of Heaven
Smooth and Well Rounded
USDA Organic
Kosher and Pareve

Ages before the birth of humanity, when ice still covered the earth, a family of high mountain Camellia plants thrived. From these, the tea bush traces its noble lineage. Our whole leaf Gunpowder Green Tea is gently steamed within hours of being plucked, and then hand rolled into small tight pearls. When steeped, the leaves unfurl, releasing a well-rounded full-bodied flavor. Rich in fluoride, calcium, and antioxidants-and with very little caffeine-this tea is a perfect choice to greet the evening.

The Purest Tea on the Planet


Selecting premium, full leaf teas- never tea dust- to ensure smooth, soothing flavors that nurture your health.
Using 100% real ingredients- fruits, flowers and spices- to create an authentic, natural taste.
We don't believe in the common practice of adding oils and "natural" flavorings to create flavor.
Supporting our CommuniTea by sourcing certified organic teas and herbs directly from farmers.
Conscientiously creating partnerships that improve the quality of life from farmer to packer.
Using eco-friendly packaging: This carton is made of 85% post-consumer waste, printed with soy based inks and the tea bags themselves are biodegradable.
Product Features : Numi Gunpowder Green Tea Directions


Ingredients: Fair Trade Certified organic green tea.
Ingredients : 100% hand-rolled gunpowder green tea leaves.
Country of origin : China
Organic : Yes
Fair Trade : Yes
Size : 18 BAG
Pack of : 1

Product Selling Unit : Each
  • Model: HG0669671
  • Shipping Weight: 0.28lbs
  • 210 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Numi Tea

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 20 March, 2014.