Orh Nee

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Black Fruit Green Blend
Black Tea, Flowers, Natural Flavours, Sencha
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
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Orh Nee is a popular teochew dessert made with yam paste, garnished with steamed pumpkin puree and boiled gingko nuts. The delectable dessert is normally reserved for special occasions, as it takes time and effort to prepare. Thus it is not commonly available even at local dessert stalls.

A Teochew tradition – it is customary to serve Orh Nee as the last course especially at restaurants catered to delicacies of the dialect group. We present to you our special Orh Nee tea blend to celebrate our achievements, and usher in the new year.

No. 842 Orh Nee is a blend of sencha, black tea, dried persimmon, forget-me-not flowers and natural flavouring.

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15678 tasting notes

Cold Brew!

Didn’t love how prominent the sencha ended up tasting out of everything else in the blend, but there was a nice but very light fruity undertone with tinges of honey. I wouldn’t have thought to identify it as persimmon without the prompt from the ingredient list, but knowing that’s what it was meant to be did help me pick it out and I found it pretty nice even if this is probably my least favourite ETTE blend I’ve tasted so far.

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Another very kind share from Dustin.
This tastes like a straight kukicha. I’m not getting any added flavor or additional ingredients. It’s a perfectly fine green tea, but not quite what I was expecting.


I didn’t want to say before you tried them, but most of the Ette blends have been less than what I was hoping for. There are a couple that are really good, but the rest did not stand out.


So unfortunate, as the blends have such potential. Thank you again for sharing. I would’ve been quite disappointed if I paid $50 for shipping to try them.

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Steeping instructions would be super helpful here. I’m not sure if I did something wrong or if my palate isn’t tuned into these particular flavors. What I’m getting is a very grassy green taste. It is a little buttery and has a slight fruitiness to the end of the sip. So far it’s nice, but not unique enough to warrant having it shipped from Singapore.

190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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