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FENG HUANG MILAN XIANG DAN CONG

SINGLE BUSH FROM PHOENIX MOUNTAIN WITH HONEY ORCHID AROMA
WULONG

Wu Dong, Chaozhou, Guangdong, China.

A classic wulong with more than 800 years of history and definitely one of the best Chinese teas. Produced in Chaozhou city, Guangdong province, China, this type of tea is considered the Highest Mastery Tea and has its own unique tea culture. Made from unique local cultivars, using the highest quality tea leaves, harvested from old tea bushes, and gone through complex processing, this tea has a unique aroma and taste. Thanks to 50+ years old tea bushes, this tea has obvious strong energy and calming effect.

When properly stored, this tea gets better with time!

ORGANIC

AROMA
Floral, bakery, honey
TASTE
Floral, vanilla, creme

CULTIVAR: Mi Lan Xiang
HARVEST: Spring, 2021

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SINGLE BUSH FROM PHOENIX MOUNTAIN WITH HONEY ORCHID AROMA

ORIGIN
Feng Huang "Phoenix Mountain" Dan Cong "Single Bush" got its name from the place where it comes from and the type of material used in the production of this tea. There are eight main cultivars used for Feng Huang Dan Cong production. Each of them has its own unique flavour and Milan Xiang "Honey Orchid" is one of them. It is considered the highest quality tea, produced in early spring from old bushes grown on high mountains, and has an intense aroma and taste with floral and honey notes.

ORGONOLEPTIC
This tea needs special attention and I insist on checking 'Recommended Brewing Method' for more information. This type of tea is very aromatic and appreciating its fragrance is as important as tasting the infusion. The dry tea leaves have intense, sweet floral, honey notes with bakery and cognac nuances. After keeping it in a warmed teapot, the aroma develops into apple, cinnamon, and baked fruit notes. After rinsing aroma develops and double-ups with some woody, spicy nuances. The taste is light and sweet with honey, floral, and vanilla notes. The aroma cup has an exquisite fragrance of vanilla, cream, and orchids. Sweet long-lasting aftertaste stays all day long.

GASTRONOMY
This tea could be a nice aperitif, cold-brewed for 2-4 hours and served in champagne glasses. The amazing aroma and gentle taste will go well with light desserts and pastry. Refreshing tea in hot weather.
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