This ball-shaped white tea is wrapped in a piece of white cotton paper. When ripping off the wrapping paper, you will get a sweet orange aroma. The orange peel ball has been split into two parts with a circular incision. The upper part is the “lid” and the lower part is the “body”, acting as a container, stuffed with dry white tea leaves. Tea leaves are highly absorbent and can adopt an odor from anything they come in contact with. So, by putting dried leaves inside the peel of a tangerine, we can create a new flavor of tea that is slightly sweet and has a tasty orange aroma.
• Place of Origin: Hulin, Fuding, Fujian
• Tea Garden: Hou Linggang Tea Garden
• Tea Type: White tea
• Harvest time: June 2010
• Dry tea: Ball-shaped, the peel is dried and crisp; tea leaves are tightly twisted, sturdy, and covered with silvery fuzz.
Tangerine peel scent mixed with white tea aroma
• Liquid: Clear, apricot-yellow
• Mouthfeel: Sweet and mild in taste, followed by a thirst-quenching feeling
• Tree Species: Fudin Dahaocha
• Fermentation: light(10%)
• Caffeine: Low (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)
• Shelf Life: Can be stored for a long time
200℉ / 95℃
3gr + 2gr of tangerine peel
3gr + 2gr of tangerine peel rinse. Then 7 infusions: 25s, + 10s each additional time