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- Aged Chenpi Ripened Tangerine Pu-erh
Heart of Pu-erh within peel of Tangerine
- Original Place: Yunnan (云南), China
- Harvest Time: the pu-erh tea was harvested on Apr 1, 2016.
- Appearance: dried at high temperature and formed into the shape of orange.
- Process: aged ripened pu-erh tea is filled inside of the orange peel, making the tea mixed with the fragrant of orange.
- Tea Liquid: dark red color, thick and bright.
- Flavor: you can taste both the brisk fragrance of orange, and the mellow taste of pu-erh.
Meet this creative pu-erh tea: it is made of ripened pu-erh tea leaves with Chenpi. Dig out the pulp in the orange, then fill in the empty space with aged ripened pu-erh tea leaves. After drying and shaping, the Chenpi tea was made in the appearance of tangerine, with unique taste. Chenpi is a Chinese phrase means the dried peel of orange or tangerine. It can be used in food, as well used as drugs in tradition Chinese medicine.
Fermented Pu-erh tea is changed to tender and warm nature. While according to the theory of Chinese medicine, Chenpi is warm, too, and is good for stomach and digestion. By combining these characters of the two different things, the tea maker created this unique and rich flavor. This Aged Chenpi Ripened Tangerine Pu-erh would be nice choice if you like rich teas.
If you prefer a stronger flavor of orange in the tea, you can break 3 or 4 small pieces of Chenpi off from the whole peel, and brew the tea together with small Chenpi pieces. This can bring more taste to the liquid. Each small piece can be similar to the size of the first knuckle of your thumb.
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Commonly asked questions
- Q: Is this tea organic? Posted on 2/9/17 by Wei Huang
Reply: This tea is naturally organicly grown. And it is analysed in accordance with the requirements of regulation (EC) 396/2005 (regulation on maximum residue levels in food and feed) in its currently valid version.
- Q: Hi,
It would be nice if the aged cheap tangerine had brewing instructions as not all of us are experts.
This is the only thing that I do not like on your site. Many teas have no brew instructions..If you are selling tea people need to know how to brew it! Posted on 4/10/16 by Randy Gettinger
Reply: Thank you for your question.
Sorry that this tea doesn’t have the detailed brewing instructions at now, and the brewing instructions are on our plan, I’m sure most of the teas will have it in the near future.
Here is the recommended brewing method: brew 5g this tea with the addition of 2g dried orange peel every time. If you love strong taste and flavor, you can add more too!
Hope it’s helpful for you.