In The Mood For Tea 2020 Bangdong Ripe Puer Stuffed Xinhui Mandarin

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This tea combines the tart and vibrant flavour of young Xinhui oranges with the smooth and sweet qualities of Bangdong shou puer, making it the most classic rendition for this series. A light orange note dominates the soup in the early steeps, but the fruitiness gradually balances out with the shou puer flavour as your brew, becoming more and more refreshing.

Overall this tea demonstrates why these two make such a good pairing, producing a thick mouthfeel and milky smooth taste to compliment the sharper flavour of the orange.

Aside from just being a tasty companion to tea, Xinhui oranges from Guangdong are also popular in China for their medicinal properties and therefore come at a fairly high cost.

These oranges were processed when young and green, giving them a tart and slightly bitter flavour than the more medicinal tasting ripened oranges. The oranges have been half-sun baked, which means that they are dried in a combination of sun and oven, offering a balance of quality and consistency.

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These are sold by the orange, which vary in size from roughly 10-12 grams each.

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