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.
As the traditional form of Pu-erh tea, cake Pu-erh, brick Pu-erh and Tuocha all take a lot of twists and turns before we drink them at the first time. So how can we loosen and pry Pu-erh Tea in a proper way?
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?
A cup of Pu-erh milk tea in winter, taste the mellow and rich flavor, enjoy the smooth and silky mouthfeel.
The top 10 famous Pu-erh stockades are: Lao Ban Zhang, Naka, Bingdao, Gua Feng Zhai, Wan Gong, Xi Gui, Ma Hei, Kun Lu, Man Song and Lao Man E respectively.
Tangerine is famous for its unique pungent and bitter taste and healthy benefits and the Yunnan puerh has a long history of been one of the favorite teas in China, when people made these two into a new tea, people love it and willing to give it a try.
Pu-erh or Pu’er is a variety of fermented and aged dark tea produced in Yunnan province, China. This article will show you some ingenious uses of Pu-erh tea in everyday life.
Pu-erh tea requires appropriate temperature to grow and breed. Temperature controlling is very important to pu-erh tea production and storage. This article will show you some brief knowledge between pu-erh tea and temperature which we hope can be helpful to you.
Pu-erh tea has been touted for many years as a great weight loss tea because of its ability to help us burn fat and shed pounds. It loses your weight safety and can product your stomach. The best way to weight loss is to brew and drink pu-erh tea every day. Then each time you will gain the health benefits of the Pu-erh tea.
Five key points which determine Pu-erh tea’s quality: origin place, years of tea trees, picking time, level and storage method.
Pu’er tea is divided into raw tea and ripe tea rely on whether it is fermented, different crafts also giving them differences in appearance, taste and fragrance. Then what are the specific differences between raw and ripe Pu-erh tea?