We are often been asked by tea lovers about the caffeine content of tea. Some says that they can’t drink tea with high caffeine content or ask what tea has no caffeine. Teas from Camellia sinensis are all contain caffeine. However, there are also some advanced technologies to remove some caffeine from tea, thus making a kind of Decaffeinated Tea. There is also a type of tea that is completely free of caffeine, such as Herbal Tea and Fruit Tea.
Xinhui Mandarin Oranges pair with Yunnan Pu-erh, which combines the fresh fruity aroma and the mellow taste of Pu-erh tea, forming a unique taste and flavor, and is loved by many people.
Some people are curious about the making process of this interesting and delicious tea. Therefore, TeaVivre has specifically inquired Mr. Yang, the tea maker, about how to make Xinhui Green Mandarin Orange Ripened Pu-erh Tea.
After a period of storage, you may see a layer of white frost forming on the surface of the orange peel? Does it mean the dried orange peel begin to grow mold?
The brief introduction of several Chinese fruit tea recopies