Quanzhi Green Mandarin Orange Ripened Pu-erh

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About “Quanzhi”

Quanzhi is a kind of seedling raising method. It is to cut a layer of bark around the branches of the parent of the orange tree, and then wrap it with root-promoting substances such as mud and grass. After roots grow where the bark is cut, the branches will be cut and cultivated into a single fruit tree. The tree species cultivated in this way are relatively short and have weak resistance to diseases and insect pests; its fruit is relatively small, the peel is thin, and the yield is low. However, its fruit is incredibly fragrant, and its genes are more orthodox, so the peel contains more citrus oil and flavonoids, which will have a better taste after being made into green mandarin orange pu-erh tea.

In addition, the drying of green mandarin orange is also one of the most critical steps. The traditional “shengshai” method (drying by sunlight) does not break the nutrient contents on the orange peel like high temperature machine drying. It not only makes the small green mandarin dry slowly so that to produce a unique aroma, but also retains its original taste to the greatest extent, and make it fresher and smoother.

This Green Mandarin Orange Ripened Pu-erh Tea is made from this kind of “Quanzhu” green mandarins. Compared with the other Xinhui Green Mandarin Orange Ripened Pu-erh Tea from TeaVivre, its citrus aroma is more prominent, and more infusion-enduring. It is suitable for everyone, beginners to ripened puerh or tea lovers who enjoy blend tea.

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