Chinese Fei Zi Xiao Lychees 2 lb

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Origin:
China
Unit Qty:
2 lb
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Chinese Fei Zi Xiao Lychees Introduction

Chinese Fei Zi Xiao Lychees are a type of litchi and are widely loved by people around the world. They have large fruit, thick flesh, beautiful color, small nucleus, sweet taste, and good quality and flavor. This kind of lychee is mainly distributed in Guangdong, Guangxi and other regions of China.

At Weee, we provide customers with high-quality Chinese Fei Zi Xiao Lychees at a very competitive price.

How to Store Chinese Fei Zi Xiao Lychees?

Tip 1. Cut off the lychee stalks that are too long, then put the lychee into a plastic bag, tie the bag tightly, and place it in a cool place. If possible, immerse the lychee plastic bag in water. In this way, the color, aroma and taste of lychee remain unchanged after a few days.

Tip 2. Soak the fresh lychee in a 2% sodium hypochlorite solution for about 2 minutes, then remove the water and dry it, put it in a cardboard box and store it in a ventilated and dry place. Generally, it can be kept fresh for 7-10 days.

Tip 3. Soak the fresh lychees in boiling water for a few seconds, then pick them up in time, put them in 5% citric acid and 2% sodium chloride aqueous solution and soak for about 2 minutes, pick them up to drain the water, and put them in the freezer. They can also be stored for 2 to 3 weeks without decay and deterioration.

History of the Chinese Fei Zi Xiao Lychees

“Fei Zi Xiao" is one of the premium lychees, which gets its name from an interesting story.

“Fei Zi Xiao" is also known as “The Concubine Smiles”. The emperor of Tang Dynasty, Tang Ming Huang ordered relay house to transport this perishable fruit fresh from the south of China to the palace in the north for the enjoyment of his beloved concubine, Yang Gui Fei. Therefore, this particular kind of lychee, favored by Yang Gui Fei, is named as "Fei Zi Xiao” because it makes the concubine smiles.

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