Yunnan, China, home of Pu-erh tea, where Puerh tea grows naturally, free of chemical sprays or fertilisers.
Pure air, lovely sunshine, clean water and fertile soil give the tea tree a remarkable freshness in flavour and fragrance that excites even the most jaded tea drinker.
These tiny oranges, known as in the Sihui China, are typically hollowed out and filled with Ripe Pu-erh, then aged. The leaves, when steeped, have a zesty orange smell; the tea is smooth and malty, with hints of orange, especially if you use part of the rind while steeping. You are surprised that the orange notes were not more pronounced, but overall these make for a very interesting conversation piece and a very tasty tea.
It can be stored and kept for drinking for more than10 years.
100ml – 120ml teapot can serve 7-9g leaves, add a couple of orange pieces. First, using boiling water (almost 100 °C) to wash the tea for 2-3 seconds, then pour out the water. After that, brewing the tea with boiling water for 10-15 seconds, and pour out the water for drinking.
Please keeps the tea in a dry and clean condition. Do NOT put them in the kitchen or under the basement.
Our products include green tea, white tea, oolong, Puerh (Ripe and pure) and black tea.
Feel free to ask us anything about tea.
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