Orange Chrysanthemum Pu-erh

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205 °F / 96 °C 3 min, 45 sec

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  • “I’ve quite enjoyed this one, and after tonight it also has the boyfriend stamp of approval. He notes that the orange aroma is strong in the dry leaves but not so much after steeping, but then it’s...” Read full tasting note
  • “I found a couple samples for Chi of Tea in my cupboard – no idea how old they are. ¬_¬ Clearly this is a sign that I need to concentrate on drinking up all my older teas and samples. The scent...” Read full tasting note
  • “On the third infusion of this and loving every moment. I’m so glad I took advantage of Chi of Tea’s samples offer and if the other two teas are as good as this I will definitely be ordering from...” Read full tasting note
  • “The orange scent is really strong, which I apprecaited. I couldn’t pick out the chrysanthemum, but the cup did have extra depth. I found this pu-erh almost a little too strong for my tastes. Not...” Read full tasting note

From Chi of Tea

A wonderful mandarin orange and chrysanthemum pu-erh tea blend brings a twist to this traditional Gook Po Cha (Gupu Cha) puerh tea blend.

Appearance: Small leaf aged Pu-erh tea with orange peel tidbits, safflower petals and chrysanthemum petals.

Aroma While Brewing: Sweet and herbal with the aroma of chrysanthemums and mandarin oranges.

Tasting Notes: Herbal with a hint of mandarin orange, slightly dry and sweet. Add a little milk and sugar for orange chrysanthemum creamy treat.

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This is the last of the samples I received. I must say – I am impressed with these teas! All three have been so good!
I love pu-erh, but I’ve never tried flavored (or blended?) pu-erh before, so I am not sure I have anything to compare with. However, comparison or not, I am greatly enjoying this cup of tea. The orange is prominent, and in harmony with the chrysanthemum which is clearly present as well. The pu-erh base is lighter than I had expected, but that is a good thing, because the earthy pu erh flavor might have overwhelmed this wonderful orange. As it is, the puerh is subtle and pleasing.

I believe I am going to enjoy another couple of cups/infusions of this.

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