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Orange Pu-erh Tea - Ripe

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  • Harvest: 2021
  • Origin: Yunnan, China
  • Caffeine : 80~100mg / Cup (~8 oz) 
  • Tea Type: Ripe Pu-erh Tea stuffed in dried Orange Shell
  • Net Weight: ~25g/piece
  • Grade: Supreme ★★★★☆
  • Brew Ratio: 1: 50~60
  • Expired Date: Long time in storage conditions
  • Storage Conditions: Dry, Refrigerated, No odor, Well-Sealed, Sunshine Shielded, Low Temperature; 

1. What is Orange Pu-erh tea?

This special, rare Pu-erh tea has a smooth and earthy flavor. To make this artisanal brew an incision is carefully carved into the roof of a tangerine fruit where they remove only its shell leaving behind loose-leaf Puerhs from Yunnan province which is delicately placed inside whole peeled oranges called "tangs". The meat-loving leaves then age naturally over time allowing citrus oils infused within them richly blend together for one delicious cup that will surely get your taste buds going!

Dried tangerine peel is known as ‘Chenpi’ in Chinese and is traditionally used to add flavor to cooking. This tea provides a great choice for seasoned or beginning steepers because it has an earthy, smooth taste with light notes of citrus that will highlight your skills even more! The leaf also contains sweet honey-like aromas from its citric undertones which make this perfect during any time you want something refreshing but not too strong tasting like alcohol might be able to do sometimes.

The entire process for this beverage is done by hand and in small batches to ensure authenticity. After being harvested, the peels are then carefully cleaned and dried before they’re cut into thin, ribbon-like pieces to make rolling easier. This Pu-erh is then rolled and placed in traditional orange and left to release its flavors over time.

2. What does Orange Pu-erh tea taste like?

The flavor profile of Orange Pu-erh tea is very smooth and earthy, with a slightly sweet taste. The citrus oils from the oranges give the tea a unique flavor that is unlike any other type of Pu-erh tea.

3. What are the benefits of drinking Orange Pu-erh tea?

Orange Pu-erh tea is very high in antioxidants. Drinking this tea gives you an incredible antioxidant boost, increasing your energy and making you feel better fast! This special artisanal brew can give you a powerful immune system boost that will help fight off any infection. Additionally, the antioxidants in Orange Pu-erh tea can help protect your body from free radicals, which can damage your cells and lead to cancer. So, drinking this tea is a great way to keep your body healthy and strong!

4. How do I make Orange Pu-erh tea?

It's very easy to make Orange Pu-erh tea, you will need to follow the steps below,

Step 1. Put 1 piece of Orange Pu-erh tea into Gaiwan or glass teapot. Also, you can use a Yixing clay teapot but make sure it is large enough to put the orange in.

Step 2. Rinse the Orange Pu-erh tea with hot water. Then pour out all the water.

Step 3. Pour 195F water over the tea and let steep for 10 seconds to 30 seconds, time depending on your preference.

Step 4. Pour the tea into a cup and enjoy! You can also add honey or sugar to sweeten it if needed.

5. What is the best way to store Orange Pu-erh tea?

To get the best flavor from this tea, it's best to keep it in a cool dark place that is not exposed to moisture. The Orange Pu-erh tea can be stored in an airtight container made of ceramic, clay, or porcelain.

6. Side effects of Orange Pu-erh tea?

There are no known side effects of drinking Orange Pu-erh tea. However, as with any type of tea, you should consult your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Additionally, if you are taking any medication, please consult your doctor before drinking Orange Pu-erh tea.

7. How much Caffeine content is in Orange Pu-erh tea?

Normally, Orange Pu-erh contains about 100mg of caffeine per 8 ounces cup. The testing was done with 1.5 teaspoons (3g) of dry tea leaves in 150 ml (5 ounces) of water at 95C (203F).

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