Ripened pu-erh tea stuffed inside of the orange peel.
Dry Leaf: Each one weighs about 8-10g, the loose pu-erh tea are tightly warped in the dark green peels
Aroma: Fresh and rich orange fragrance with slight aged aroma of ripened pu-erh tea
Liquor: Bright dark red in color
Taste: Soft and smooth, with citrus sweetness and outstanding refreshing fragrance, it blends
perfectly with the aged fragrance of pu-erh tea
Caffeine: Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)
Storage: Store in cool, dry place away from sunlight; keep ventilated
Life: The aged the better
Antioxidant Properties: Both pu-erh tea and tangerines contain antioxidants, which help combat oxidative stress in the body. Antioxidants are beneficial for overall health and may contribute to the prevention of chronic diseases.
Digestive Health: Pu-erh tea, known for its fermentation process, is believed by some to have digestive benefits. It may aid digestion and help maintain a healthy gut.
Weight Management: Some studies suggest that the compounds in pu-erh tea may aid in weight management by promoting fat metabolism and reducing cholesterol levels. Tangerines, being a low-calorie fruit, can also be part of a weight-conscious diet.
Heart Health: Both pu-erh tea and tangerines may have positive effects on cardiovascular health. Pu-erh tea may contribute to lower cholesterol levels, while tangerines contain flavonoids that may support heart health.
Immune Support: Tangerines are a good source of vitamin C, which is known to support the immune system. Combined with the potential immune-boosting properties of pu-erh tea, tangerine pu-erh may contribute to overall immune health.
Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Some compounds in pu-erh tea, such as polyphenols, may have anti-inflammatory effects. Inflammation is associated with various chronic diseases, so reducing inflammation can be beneficial for overall health.
Mental Alertness: The moderate caffeine content in pu-erh tea may provide a mild stimulant effect, promoting mental alertness and focus.
Xiaoqinggan is one of my favourite kinds of tea, and ones I buy from Icha always deliver! I used to ship them directly from China, but now I’ll just get them from Icha Tea.