Tea type
Fruit Pu-erh Blend
Ingredients
Orange, Pu Erh Tea
Flavors
Bitter, Black Pepper, Wet Earth, Wood
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
High
Certification
Not available
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Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 oz / 295 ml

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  • “Second Pu-erh, first time packaged in a fruit like this. I poured boiling water over the entire thing after rinsing it quickly and let it steep for 3 minutes. It came out a color as dark or darker...” Read full tasting note

From Yellow Mountain Tea House

Orange pu-erh tea is a very special pu-erh . The orange is a whole orange which is only grow on the mountain. Cutting off the top of the range , ducking out all of fruit fresh, putting the fresh tea leaves inside of the orange, dig a big hole on the wall in the mountain, then putting some charcoal in the hole, setting all the oranges into the hole , at last baking it for a while. That is all the processes making orange pu-erh. Orange pu-erh is also a ripe pu-erh.

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Second Pu-erh, first time packaged in a fruit like this. I poured boiling water over the entire thing after rinsing it quickly and let it steep for 3 minutes. It came out a color as dark or darker than my dark roast coffee. Immediately, it smells strongly like black pepper to me (without the spiciness). I like the wet earth and woodsy tastes and smells but the bitterness and pepper taste is too overwhelming for me to enjoy it properly. Not awful but not good. Will finish it and try a shorter steeping time :)

Update: Removing the number rating because I steeped it for waaaay too long

Flavors: Bitter, Black Pepper, Wet Earth, Wood

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 10 OZ / 295 ML
Martin Bednář

Try as well another steeps. First ones may be bitter, but just re-use the leaves and add water to them. They will still make a tea; though little weaker.

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