Xiao Qing Gan Green Orange Ripe Pu Erh Tea

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  • Another name:Tangerine Pu Erh Tea
  • Tea Origin:Menghai,Yunnan,China
  • Harvest time:In Spring,2018
  • Type:Ripe Pu’erh
  • Taste: woodsy, mellow and thick
  • Tea in Chinese:小青柑

What is Xiao Qing Gan?

Xiao Qing Gan also known as tangerine Pu erh tea or green orange Puerh tea, is made of green tangerine stuffed Pu erh tea. Xiao means “little”; Qing means “green”; Gan means “tangerine”.Dry Leaf 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.Flavor you can taste both the brisk fragrance of orange, and the mellow taste of pu erh.

It is produced in Xinhui District of Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province, China, so Xiao Qing Gan is called Xinhui Xiao Qing Gan.

What are the benefits of Xiao Qing Gan?

The ripe puer tea combined with orange peel, not only make a special taste, but also get a better health benefits of both ripe puer tea and Orange peel. It is helpful for invigorating the spleen, nourishing the stomach and burning fat.

How to brew Xiao Qing Gan?

1.Remove the packaging and add water directly

2.temperature about 95-100℃ (203-212℉)

3.infuse 2-3 minutes

4.steep 5-8 times

One piece is approx. 10g. Each time choose one piece for brewing, It could make more than 8 cups of tea.

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Weight 0.100000
Tea Type Pu erh tea
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