In October 2016, Eileen & Dan visited Fenghuang (more well known as Phoenix) Mountain, near Chaozhou in the Guangdong Province of China. At 2000-4200 feet, Phoenix Mountain is the perfect micro-climate for superb quality and famous Dan Cong Oolongs (pronounced don-shong). We had the privilege of working, learning, tasting tea with Tea Master Huang Shu Wei at his factory for three days. We acquire this tea direct from farm because of this relationship.
Ba Xian Xiang Oolong Tea - Sedona Arizona's Full-Leaf Tea Store
More famously known asEight Immortals, although this offering is a much higher grade than usually found, if you can find it. Initial slight astringency that mellows, big aroma, slight sweetness, complex, floral and citrus notes, fairly thick mouthfeel, and incredibly long aftertaste. Strong cha qi, so do not operate heavy machinery while drinking. These dark, long, gently twisted leaves come from Fenghuang (also known as Phoenix) Mountain, near Chaozhou in the Guangdong Province of China. At 2000-4200 feet, Phoenix Mountain is the perfect microclimate for superb qualityDan Cong Oolongs. These low production/small batch leaves come from a spring picked older tea tree. Rare delicacy direct from Tea Master Huang Shu Wei. We had the privilege of working, learning, tasting tea with Shu Wei at his factory for three days in October 2016.
AVAILABLE AS:1 OZ Package, 2 OZ Package
Package size is 1 ounce of full leaf tea, which yields approximately 12 to 13 first cups. Tin size is 2 ounces which yields about 25 first cups.
BREWING: 1.5 teaspoon (about 4g) for every 8 oz (240ml) of 195°F (90°C) fresh water. Steep for 2 minutes or slightly longer to desired taste. Four or more infusions are possible by increasing steep time 30 seconds to one minute each time.
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