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Xinhui Mandarin Pu Erh 7Y

Xinhui Mandarin Pu Erh 7Y

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Camellia Sinensis / 7 Year Fermented Yunnan Shu Pu-Erh

Dried Mandarin (Chen Pi)

How do you brew this Ganpu Tea?

1. - You can brew this tea in 3 different ways:

-Put the whole mandarin in a teapot and then pour over it with hot water 99°C.

-You can prick holes in the peel with a knife so that the water can enter the mandarin faster and it will draw faster.

-You can break the mandarin into piecesand mix it together with the Pu-Erh to make the to extract the most flavors from the Ganpu tea.

2. Put the whole tangerine or the broken pieces of tangerine with the Pu-erh teain your strong>Gaiwan or Teapot of 100ml.

3. Awaken the tea by pouring 80°C to 90°C waterover the Mandarin Pu-erh tea and pour it away immediately< /strong>. This ensures that the tea wakes up and is ready for its first infusion.

5. Now enjoy the nice-smelling wet tea leaves. (The aromas have now changed)

6 em>. Now infuse the tea with 95°C to 99°C water and let infuse for 20 seconds. Count an extra 5 seconds with each subsequent infusion.

7. Decant the tea into your cup or Gong Dao Bei (carafe)

8. Enjoy your nice cup of Mandarin Pu-Erh tea.

You can certainly infuse this Mandarin Pu-Erh another 10x, and count 5 to 10 each time seconds extra. (According to your own taste needs)


1 mandarin orange


5 g per 100ml water

Infusion time
1e) 20 sec

2e) 25 sec

3e) 30 sec

4e) 35 sec

5e) 45 sec

6e) 60 sec

7e) 70 sec

8e) 80 sec

9e) 90 sec

10e) 100 sec

Number of Infusions



Which water do you use best?

Water is a very important part of making tea and herbal infusions!

The best water is soft, mineral-poor with a neutral PH value (= 7PH neutral) and a low Redox number. Use water with a residual value below 50mg/l and a high redox potential.

Water with a lot of residues are waters from which many antioxidants have disappeared.

Some brands that are good for teas and herbal infusions are: Montcalm; Mont Roucous; Glacier and Spa.

How do you store loose leaf tea?

You keep loose tea best at room temperature, dry and in a dark sealed tea tin.You can always put a desiccant such as a silica gel pad in the tea tin so that it absorbs any moisture in the tea tin. 

This way loose tea can stay good for a very long time. Also, nothing happens to the smell, color or taste for a very long time. Because tea is an unrefrigerated product, the shelf life is extra long.

So keep the tea in the cupboard or in another dark place, but it is best not in the kitchen because a lot of odors and evaporation take place in a kitchen.

A small green mandarin from Xinhui filled with a 7 year fermented Pu-erh tea from Yunnan, also known as "Ganpu Cha".

"Ganpu tea" is a ripe pu-erh (Shu Pu-Erh) stuffed into the dried skin of a mandarin orange. The best and most prized mandarins come from Xinhui, South China's Guangdong Province. It is believed that the peel of the tangerines from Xinhui has a health effect and that the older the peel, the higher its value. 

Not only is this a truly unique tea, it is also good for health:

  • Helps with digestion
  • Lowers blood cholesterol levels
  • Helps with weight loss


The advantage of this Ganpu tea is that the ripe Pu-erh (Shu Pu-Erh) along with the mandarin continues to ripen and on the way the aromas and flavors will mix, softening the earthy taste of the Pu-erh and absorbing the citrus flavor of the mandarinA perfect combination that makes this tea slightly sweet and spicy. When served warm, it is warming; when served ice cold, it is refreshing and tangy.

Each tangerine can be pulled multiple times (easily 10 times) and each infusion releases more of that tangy sweet earthiness. The weight of the tangerine can

vary between 10 and 13 grams and has a diameter of about 3cm.

You can make this tea in 3 different ways:

  1. The whole mandarin in a teapot and then pour over with hot water 99°C
  2. You can poke holes in the peel with a knife so that the water can enter the mandarin faster and that it will draw faster.
  3. You can break the mandarin into pieces and mix it together with the Pu-Erh to get the most flavors out of the Ganpu tea.

Give it a try to see what your favorite way to drink Ganpu tea is.

! Limited stock, unique opportunity to taste this popular and delicious Ganpu tea from China! 



Mandarin : Xinhui , Guangdong Province , China 🇨🇳 

Shu Pu-Erh: Yunnan Province, China  🇨🇳                                    


7 years fermented




Button and one or two leaves  


1 tangerine   


5g/100ml  water    



Infusion time  

1e) 20sec

2e) 25sec

3e) 30sec  

4e) 35sec   

5e) 45sec     

6e) 60sec      

7e) 70sec

8e) 80sec       

9e) 90 sec

10e) 100sec                                    

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