Xinhui Green Mandarin Orange Ripened Pu-erh Tea

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67 / 100

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Tea type
Pu-erh Tea
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Mandarin Orange, Pu Erh Tea Leaves
Cedar, Dirt, Musty, Citrus, Earth, Floral, Mineral, Orange Blossom, Orange, Orange Zest
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Typical Preparation
Use 12 oz / 355 ml of water
Set water temperature to Boiling
Use 10 g of tea
Steep for 3 min, 15 sec
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6 Tasting Notes View all

“Many thanks to Kawaii433 for providing one of these cuties to try. Today was a rough day. My housemate and I had to take our mechanic friend’s old woofer Cricket to the vet. She had been living...” Read full tasting note
“Never has a tea been cuter and disappointed me more. The Pu-erh is tucked down into the mandarin, just as advertised, and I was very pleased when I opened it. Then I smelled it…no hint of orange...” Read full tasting note
“Holiday Tea-son! While not technically a holiday tea, tangerines/mandarins make me think of the holiday season (I’m eating one for breakfast right now!) so I figured I would finally try one of...” Read full tasting note
“Happy New Year :D I’m trying this again and this time I didn’t break it wide open, which was a mistake last time I tried it. While it’s not a strong orange flavor (compared to their tangerine one)...” Read full tasting note


Orange - Xinhui, Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province, China
Tea - Jinggu, Pu-erh City, Yunnan Province, China

Plucking Standard: One bud with one leaf and one bud with two leaves

Dry Leaf: Each piece is roughly 15 grams with greenish brown peel. The opening at the top is easy to remove the fruit flesh and the little hole at the bottom is convenient for drying, transforming and brewing.

Aroma: Refreshing fragrance of Mandarin Orange, aged flavor of ripened pu-erh tea and a little herbal fragrance.

Liquor: Bright red and heavy

Taste: Thick tea liquid with fruit flavor, Soft and smooth with cool afterwards and comfortable throat.

Tea Bush: Yunnan Large-leaf Tree

Tea Garden: Jiu Tai Po Tea Garden

Blended with mellow and thick ripened Pu-erh tea and natural fresh mandarin orange, this tea is a very unique Pu-erh tea drink.

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