Orange PU Erh Tea / PU Erh Tea / Chinese Tea

Little Orange Pu’er Tea, is made of green citrus from Xinhui, Guangdong Province and Palace Pu’er tea from Yunnan Province as the raw material. With the absence of any additive, the tea is made by special processing. Its characteristic first is the sweet taste, the unique fruit flavor and the gentleWhen making mandarin orange puerh tea, the tea makers choose leaves of different grades based on how they match with the ripeness of the peels. The green mandarin orange is an unripe fruit with a heavy and sour fragrance, so it should be blended with mellow and aged pu-erh teas to balance the taste.Pu’er Tea aged in Wild Oranges: A beautiful tea for the adventurous tea drinker. Definitely a master piece resulting from aging pu’er leaves in a hollowed out wild orange (clementines). Simply a must-have for any pu’er tea collector.Xiao Qing Gan also known as tangerine Pu-erh tea or green orange Pu-erh tea, is made of green tangerine stuffed Pu-erh tea. Xiao means “little”; Qing means “green”; Gan means “tangerine”. It is produced in Xinhui District of Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province, China, so Xiao Qing Gan is called Xinhui Xiao Qing Gan.The Pu’er brick tea with Citrus is originally from Huizhou Tea, Xinhui, GuangDong Province. Pu’er Tea, Yunnan is the origin of the big leaves drying green tea. and after processed it becomes two series: directly re-processing into raw Puer or after artificially accelerate ferment and re-process into cooked Puer.Pu-Erh Tea Cake Red Dayi 7262 Menghai Tea Factory, 2003 (Ripe/Shou) from $22.95 USD 1998 Wild Arbor Tree Pu-Erh Tea Cake (Raw/Sheng) from $23.95 USD … The Chinese Tea Shop 101 E Pender St Vancouver, BC Canada V6A 1T6 Corner of East Pender & Columbia in Chinatown.The Pu-erh Brokers of Yunnan Province. Pu-erh is the Helen of Troy of tea that gets aged like whiskey, dosed like drugs, and coveted by millionaires.For example, Rishi’s pu-erh blends include ginger pu-erh tea and vanilla-mint pu-erh tea. Pu-erh Tea’s Health Benefits In traditional Chinese herbalism, pu-erh tea is considered to open the meridians, ‘warm the middle burner’ (the spleen and stomach) and be beneficial to ‘blood cleansing’ and digestion.

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