Feature and benefit:
Digestive aid: The components such as tea polyphenols and catechins in Pu-erh tea can help with digestion, while Xiaoqinggan (a type of green mandarin) is rich in citric acid and pectin, which can promote intestinal peristalsis and aid digestion and detoxification.
Cholesterol-lowering: Polyphenols and flavonoids in Pu-erh tea and Tangerine Pu-erh Tea(xiao qing gan) can lower cholesterol levels in the blood, reducing the incidence of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
Antioxidant: Tangerine Pu-erh Tea is rich in vitamin C, which can help resist oxidation, counteract the damage caused by free radicals, and slow down aging.
Heat-clearing and thirst-quenching: Tangerine Pu-erh Tea has the effect of clearing heat and detoxifying, which can help alleviate symptoms caused by heat, such as dry mouth and dizziness.
Improving taste: Tangerine Pu-erh Tea has a certain sour taste, which can neutralize the bitterness of Pu-erh tea and make the taste softer and refreshing.
In summary, Tangerine Pu-erh Tea Pu-erh tea is a tea drink that combines taste and health benefits and is beneficial to the body when consumed in moderation.
My way to brew Tangerine Pu-erh Tea:
Other ways to brew Tangerine Pu-erh Tea:
- Prepare a dry teapot or teacup and preheat them with hot water.
- Take out a small green mandarin tea ball from BestLeafTea.
- Put the small green mandarin tea ball into the teapot and add 95°C hot water. The brewing time varies depending on personal taste, usually between 3-5 minutes.
- Pour out the tea soup and enjoy.
Suggestion 1: BestLeafTea's small green mandarin tea has a fragrant citrus flavor. If you want a richer taste, you can try adding a moderate amount of honey or brown sugar to the tea.
Suggestion 2: BestLeafTea's small green mandarin tea uses large and full green mandarins, which can be brewed for more than 7 times with a teapot and more than 12 times with a lidded bowl, and still retain their aroma. It is suitable for family and friends gatherings.