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  Orange Pekoe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Orange Pekoe is also the name of a Japanese jazz band.
Orange Pekoe is a classification of fl tea based upon the origin of the leaf.
A common misconception is that Orange Pekoe is a type of tea with an orange flavor, or that is otherwise somehow associated with the orange fruit.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Orange_Pekoe   (570 words)

  
 orange - Wiktionary
The fruit of an orange tree; a citrus fruit with a slightly sour flavour.
The colour of a ripe orange (the fruit); a reddish-yellow.
Having the colour of the fruit of an orange tree; reddish-yellow.
en.wiktionary.org /wiki/orange   (260 words)

  
 International Recipes OnLine: Food and Wine Dictionary: orange
Bitter oranges are also greatly valued for their peel, which is candied, and their essential oils, which are used to flavor foods as well as some LIQUEURS
Oranges can be stored at cool room temperature for a day or so, but should then be refrigerated and can be kept there for up to 2 weeks.
Oranges are an excellent source of vitamin C and contain some vitamin A. Once cut or squeezed, however, the vitamin C quickly begins to dissipate.
www.internationalrecipesonline.com /recipes/dictionary.pl?4935   (487 words)

  
 Asia Food Features
Orange Pekoe (pronounced pe-ko not peeko) has nothing to do with oranges, or orange flavoring.
Pekoe is the Anglicization of the Chinese word Pa-Ko which describes the hairs on young tea leaves.
There is no such tea as Orange Pekoe tea, it is just a blend of generally undistinguished fl teas, marketed by several of the major tea companies.
www.asiafood.org /classification.cfm   (556 words)

  
 L'Amyx Tea Bar - Premium Tea
"Orange" is described as a reference to the Dutch House of Orange or as a reference to an old Chinese practice of including orange blossoms as a flavoring agent.
Pekoe (pronounced 'PECK-oh') is derived from a Chinese word meaning "white;" this is referred to the white hair on the leaf bud.
Since much of the bagged tea sold in the US is marked "Orange Pekoe," many people think that Orange Pekoe is a special kind of tea.
www.lamyx.com /articles/grades.html   (1143 words)

  
 Stash Tea: Stash Orange Pekoe Tea
Orange Pekoe (OP) pronounced 'Peck-o', is a whole leaf tea showing no tip, and when sifted after firing, will not pass through a certain designated sieve size.
Orange Pekoe has nothing to do with oranges or orange flavor, which is a common misunderstanding.
China Keemun OP is the major component of our Orange Pekoe blend.
www.stashtea.com /w-050420.htm   (548 words)

  
 Tea Grades (OP, FOP, GFOP, TGFOP, 2nd Flush, 1st Flush, etc.) and Brewing Information for the Tea Buyer
Orange Pekoe: Since much of bagged tea sold is marked "Orange Pekoe," many people think that Orange Pekoe is a special kind of tea.
Pekoe: is derived from a Chinese word meaning 'white'; this referred to the white hair on the leaf bud.
Orange: is variously described as a reference to the Dutch House of Orange or as a reference to an old Chinese practice of including orange blossoms as a flavoring agent.
www.barkingside.com /TeaGrades.asp   (763 words)

  
 Upton Tea Imports: Orange Pekoe, SFTGFOP, etc... what do these mean?
Contrary to popular opinion, Orange Pekoe does not refer to a particular flavor, or even to a specific variety or quality or tea.
Orange Pekoe is nothing more than a designation of leaf size.
BOP (Broken Orange Pekoe) designates a grade that is finer than OP.
www.uptontea.com /shopcart/information/INFOgrading.asp   (298 words)

  
 LOVERS LEAP ORANGE PEKOE BLACK TEA
This tea is a true Orange Pekoe grade.
Interestingly, the term Orange Pekoe has little to do with quality as it is a size grading term.
Orange Pekoe in true tea jargon stands for whole leaf.
www.cookscorner.net /Tea/Info_LoversLeap.html   (465 words)

  
 Tea Leaf Grading
Pekoe is derived from the Chinese word “pak-Ho” meaning “hair” or “down” relating to the light white down on the bud leaves.
One explanation for the “Orange” half of the name is that the Chinese sometimes used Orange blossoms to flavor these leaves.
Another suggests that it is a remaining reference to the Netherlands House of Orange, a powerful entity in the early days of tea trading.
www.teatalk.com /general/grading.htm   (333 words)

  
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Orange Pekoe (OP)- This grading means "whole leaf." Contrary to popular belief, the term "orange" does not refer to a flavor, but rather to the Dutch House of Orange.
They are graded "Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe" (GFOP), "Golden Broken Orange Pekoe" (GBOP), "Golden Tippy Orange Pekoe" (GTFOP), or "Golden Tippy Broken Orange Pekoe" (GTBOP)–the latter two displaying a very high percentage of tips.
Note-a high prescence of tips is usually accompanied with a "bloom dust." This is a very light and fluffy dust not to be confused with the dust that is found in teabags.
www.tealuxe.com /teachoosing/seminar/seminar_main.html   (1066 words)

  
 Infopedia 1.5 +246teaip15+
Leaf buds and young leaves are used in making tea, the age of the leaves determining the taste and name of the particular commercial variety.
Thus, orange pekoe is made from the youngest leaves, and souchong from the fourth leaves.
After picking, the leaves either are dried immediately and completely to produce green teas, such as pan-fired, basket-fired, hyson, and gunpowder, or are partially dried and then allowed to ferment to produce various kinds of fl teas, such as orange pekoe, pekoe, congou, and souchong.
www.246.dk /teaip15.html   (1363 words)

  
 Nippop | Orange Pekoe | Profile
Among the various boy-girl duos on the J-pop music scene, Orange Pekoe stand out as one of the most musically interesting.
Orange Pekoe's first release was a mini-album in April 2001, and it wasn't long before they landed a deal with BMG Funhouse.
Their music is based on a light, almost effervescent pop-jazz fusion that's sophisticated without being pretentious.
nippop.com /artist/artist_id-5/artist_name-orange_pekoe   (491 words)

  
 Black Teas | Strand Tea Company
Orange Pekoe, First Quality (OP1) or Needlewood Estate, Orange Pekoe, First Quality (OP1).
These are the teas you think of when you think of "tea." Both of these estate teas have carefully made leaves which yield full flavor and nice fruity middle tastes.
Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe (TGFOP) Superior grade first, second and autumn flushes, made in the classic style before Europeans influenced tea production to suit Western tastes.
www.strandtea.com /black.htm   (2995 words)

  
 The Dutch Invent "Orange Pekoe"
Pekoe was a corruption of Bai Hao, the Chinese words for white tip, in reference to the unfurled leaf bud covered with white down, an infallible sign of the leaf's infancy and thus of the superior delicacy of the tea.
The first teas of this quality brought to Holland must have been presented to the royal family, the House of Orange, and by a stroke of marketing genius, tea of the Bai Hao type was promoted to the Dutch public as Orange Pekoe to suggest a royal warrant.
Within a generation-by 1637-tea from China and Japan was in sufficient demand in Holland for the Company to order regular imports of both on each homeward bound vessel.
www.teamuse.com /article_020501.html   (471 words)

  
 Tea Grade Definitions and Tea Production Processes
In Southern India, Pekoe is often known as FBOP.
BOP (Broken Orange Pekoe) Main broken grade in Ceylon, Southern India, Java and China.
BOPF (Broken Orange Pekoe Fannings) Main grade in Ceylon, Indonesia, Southern India, Kenya, Mozambique, Bangladesh and China.
www.teafountain.com /teagrades   (1792 words)

  
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An Orange Pekoe based fl tea that contains brisk taste and a pleasant aroma.
Orange Pekoe accented with passionfriut bits and sunflowers, refreshing change of pace
Orange Pekoe with a delicate peach flavoring combined with sunflower petals and pieces of peach fruit
www.coffeeandtea.com /blacktea.html   (331 words)

  
 Tea Classifications : SFTGFOP?
Once upon a time in China, "Pekoe" (think "Peck-o")in English meant "Buk Hou" in Cantonese or "Bai Hao" in Mandarin--literally translated, this means "white hair".
Referring to the downy white hairs which protect budding tea leaves from cold spring weather, this word is used in China to connote a young, high quality tea.
Orange Pekoe does not have an "orange taste"--really it was a reference to royalty.
www.flyingcloudtea.com /br.html   (707 words)

  
 Assam Broken Orange Pekoe Tea
Assam Broken Orange Pekoe Tea is a full bodied robust and malty tea that has an excellent color in the liquor.
The 'orange' in orange pekoe possibly comes from the fact that these particular leaves have a golden orange color when plucked, or that in China sometimes orange blossoms were added to these leaves for flavor.
Another suggestion is that it refers to the Dutch House of Orange.
www.coffeeam.com /asorbrokorpe.html   (168 words)

  
 Ceylon Orange Pekoe Black Tea
These sleek, curled, gold-tipped leaves are beautiful, with a balanced, brisk flavor and a mellow sweetness.
It is similar to the better-known Silver Tips with a stronger taste and slightly yellow, instead of white, leaves.
This Ceylon Orange Pekoe, is a classic breakfast tea from the island of Sri Lanka.
www.inpursuitoftea.com /Ceylon_Orange_Pekoe_p/bs110.htm   (517 words)

  
 Orange Pekoe - Black Teas - Coffees & Teas - By the Pound - NutsOnline
Orange Pekoe - Black Teas - Coffees and Teas - By the Pound - NutsOnline
A common misconception is that Orange Pekoe is a type of tea with an orange flavor.
Orange Pekoe is a classification of fl tea based upon the origin of the leaf that was popularized in Europe by the Dutch.
www.nutsonline.com /coffeesteas/blackteas/orange-pekoe.html   (157 words)

  
 Orange Pekoe Tea Cake
Melted white chocolate infused with Green Pekoe Blues tea is the secret ingredient to this incredibly fast and easy cake.
Topped off with Orange Pekoe icing, the end result is a perfectly moist, sweet cake perfect for any afternoon tea.
Genmai Cha is an exotic Japanese recipe that combines popped rice and popcorn with tender and delicate green tea leaves.
www.teachef.com /view_recipe.html?recipe=127   (315 words)

  
 The G.H. Ford Tea Company: Orange Pekoe Tea
A classic blend of Ceylon fl teas, perfect anytime, our Orange Pekoe provides a fragrant and flavorful beverage.
A word about tea availability: The teas of the G.H. Ford Tea Company are acquired from the most select "estates" in the premiere growing regions of the world.
Our pledge is to provide a product worthy of your expectations and hope that you will grant us your indulgence and understanding when delays do occur.
www.ghfordtea.com /prod_tea/orange_pekoe.htm   (133 words)

  
 Amazon.com: pekoe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Tetley British Blend Tea, Orange Pekoe & Pekoe Cut Black Round Bags 80 Count, 7 oz by Tetley USA Inc.
Taylors of Harrogate Fine Ceylon Broken Orange Pekoe Tea, Loose, 35.3-Ounce Bag by Taylors of Harrogate
Pekoe Sip House owner thinks boulder could be Seattle of tea: An article from: Boulder County Business Report by Barbralu Cohen (Oct 30, 2003)
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&search-alias=aps&keywords=pekoe&page=1   (288 words)

  
 Tea
Unblended fl teas are also identified by the estate they come from, they year and the flush (first, second or autumn).
Orthodox and CTC teas are further graded according to the post-production leaf quality by the Orange Pekoe system.
White tea is produced in lesser quantities than most of the other styles, and can be correspondingly more expensive than tea from the same plant processed by other methods.
www.kakuzo.com /tea.html   (4009 words)

  
 The Vegan Chef - Orange Pekoe and Mint Sun Tea - Vegan Recipes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In a large glass jar or bottle, place the tea, mint, cloves, orange and lemon peel in the bottom of the jar, and pour the water over the top.
Strain the tea through a coffee filter and place in a clean container.
Chill and serve in tall glasses over ice, with an orange slice and a sprig of mint.
www.veganchef.com /pekoe.htm   (83 words)

  
 Ceylon Orange Pekoe Iced Tea
By adding an equal amount of ice when served, this bag creates 1 gallon of served iced tea.
Ceylon Orange Pekoe is a brisk, full-flavored fl tea.
While we all enjoy the pleasure of a pot of hot tea, sometimes we crave something a bit cooler.
www.inpursuitoftea.com /ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=ICE027&CartID=1   (294 words)

  
 Ceylon/Orange Pekoe with fragrance ?
recently purchased two pounds of decaf Ceylon/Orange Pekoe _ the first pot tasted 'funny' _ checked the loose tea and it had a definite fragrance _ something like Earl Gray, flowery but not really like bergamont _
You say it tastes funny, does that mean bad or just not orange?
Then make yourself a cup, and if it still tastes funny, it's probobly the tea, not any outside influences.
www.teachat.com /viewtopic.php?t=261   (160 words)

  
 Ceylon Chester Broken Orange Pekoe Tea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The most precious orange pekoe tea is grown in the western areas of the island of Ceylon.
Ceylon Chester Broken Orange Pekoe Tea is in loose leaf form and will ship with a free tea ball infuser or package of mini-minit filters.
We roast our Colombia Supremo to yield a heady aroma, a very rich flavor, and an excellent balance of acidity and body.
www.divinegrinds.com /site/1510227/product/439-6377326   (100 words)

  
 TEA 4 FREE - Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe (DT207)
TEA 4 FREE - Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe (DT207)
Savor the dark color and rich taste of Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe Darjeeling.
This slightly coarser whole leaf tea is delicious with or without milk.
www.tea4free.com /product_DT207.html   (34 words)

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