Yunnan Palace Pu’er Tea with Small Citrus Peel – Wholesale

(4 customer reviews)


Is it pre-packaged food: No
Origin: Guangdong
Raw Material and Ingredients: Small Citrus, Pu’er
Specialty: Yes.

SKU: pt06 Category:


Xinhui is a subtropical monsoon climate. The four seasons of the year are characterized by mild climate, abundant heat, abundant rainfall and long frost-free period. The average annual temperature is 21.8 C, which is very suitable for the growth of small green oranges.

Because of its unique geographical location and climatic conditions, tea plantations in this area have unparalleled natural ecological environment in other areas, with an average elevation of 1000 meters.

Natural sunshine in ancient ways

Sunshine is natural and mild in this process, so the tea is correspondingly warm and mellow, and the sun-cured orange Pu has a heavy ultraviolet sterilization effect, which adds an additional safeguard to health and safety.

In sunny weather, it takes 30 days for the sun to shine, which makes it warmer and healthier.
Xinhui authentic small orange

Authentic Xinhui small green citrus has thick cortex, hard and uniform color. It is clear and compact. After brewing, the skin is light green, thick cortex, good toughness and fine pore. The inner material is Palace Puer in Mengku, Shuangjiang County, Yunnan Province. It is natural to have three good tastes. It takes tens of thousands of such buds to make a kilogram of Palace ripe general citrus. According to the classical formula and the whole process, it is strict to select the tender buds as raw materials for making a kilogram of palace ripe general citrus. Only when the technology is controlled can we dare to call it “Palace Pu’er”

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Weight N/A

100g (3.5oz), 200g (7oz) SAVE 30%, 500g (7oz) SAVE 50%, Sample 20g (10g * 2)

4 reviews for Yunnan Palace Pu’er Tea with Small Citrus Peel – Wholesale

  1. Amazon Customer

    I love this tea. I drink it daily and plan to purchase more tea from this company.

  2. David G. Aimi

    I used to think pu-erh tea was terrible because I only ever experienced cheap restaurant pu-erh that tasted like dirt. I tried this and I know why people like pu-erh now. It’s earthy but very mellow without a hint of bitterness.

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  4. Nature Lover

    So I’m finding that when purchasing puerh tea over internet, there is a chance that it will be fishy and nasty such as the last batch I purchased from a different vendor, I thought I had given up on puerh tea for now. I received this as a Christmas gift and dreaded opening it… smell was delicious, so I went on and brewed some and the taste is good, no fish!!! So I didn’t have to break out the miso or soysauce (sarcasm).This is a mild (or brew stronger) slightly earthy tea not a lot of side flavors, but defiantly no fish, no moldy grandmas root cellar type flavors. For me this is perfect for an everyday tea and made a wonderful gift that put a smile back on my face. So for the next 40 cups of tea… I am happy with this gift and will purchase from this vendor in the future.

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