Heart of Pu-erh within peel of Tangerine
- Original Place: Yunnan (云南), China
- Harvest Time: the pu-erh tea was harvested on Apr 25, 2012.
- 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.
- Recommended brewing method: It is perfect for you to brew 5g this tea with the addition of 2g dried orange peel every time.
Aged Chenpi Ripened Tangerine Pu-erh 2012 is outstanding and made of ripened pu-erh tea leaves with Chenpi. You should fill the empty space of pulped in orange with aged ripened pu-erh tea leaves. The Chenpi tea looks like tangerine after drying and shaping carrying a unique taste. The meaning of the name Chenpi is dried peel of orange or tangerine. It is widely used in the traditional Chinese medicine as well as in food additives.
Fermented Pu-erh tea obtains tenderness and warmth of nature. The health benefits as per the Chinese medicine are good for stomach and digestion in general. The combination invented by the tea makers develops exclusive and rich taste. For rich tea lovers this Aged Chenpi Ripened Tangerine Pu-erh is strongly recommended.
Three or four small pieces of Chenpi extracted from the whole peel will suffice for a stronger flavor of orange tea if brewed with small Chenpi pieces. The first knuckle of your thumb is the size of every small piece.
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