In the cold winter, boil a pot of aged white tea and take a few sips, just feel as wonderful as Li Bai, a famous poet in Tang Dynasty, was drinking fine wine ~
Ingredients: a slice of dried tangerine peel (about 3g, aged for more than five years)
8g aged white tea (aged for more than five years)
Clean and warm the cup, immerse all the tea utensils in boiling water.
Moisturize tea (wash tea), put in 8g aged white tea in boiling water for 5 seconds to wash and wake up the aged tea so that the taste of tea leaves can be stimulated more quickly.
Take a piece of dried tangerine peel, preferably the one aged more than five years, soak inside for 10 seconds.
Now it’s time to make tea. Pour the dried tangerine peel and white tea into the pot in turn, simmer for 10 minutes with low firepower, till the tea soup changes from light yellow to orange with rich aroma wafting out~ After cooking, just enjoy the tea.
Tangerine peel is capable of moisturizing the lungs, strengthening the spleen, resolving phlegm and relieving cough, invigorating the spleen and stomach; meanwhile, it can promote Qi circulation and remove moisture. It can also relieve the poor gastrointestinal digestion and frequent abdominal distension to some extend. According to modern medical science, the tangerine peel can promote the secretion of digestive enzymes in the digestive tract and the expansion of the bronchi. Therefore, tangerine peel can play a good therapeutic effect on the upper digestive tract and respiratory tract.--From Little Red Book