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Phoenix Mt. Wudong Dancong Oolong Jiang Hua Xiang "Ginger Flower" 2014 Spring Imperial - 25g

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The Phoenix Mt. Wudong Dancong Oolong Jiang Hua Xiang "Ginger Flower" 2011 Spring Imperial Tea is a rare and wonderful oolong tea. Jiang Hua Xiang is also called Tong Tian Xiang by the local people which means its aroma can reach up into the sky. This tea is only picked one time in the spring and is very special.

This Jiang Hua Xiang Dancong is from Xiajiao village where the tea plantation is 800 meters above sea level. This tea belongs to the ginger flower aroma category and possesses a very unique aroma and taste. It is very hard to make this natural ginger flower aroma since it requires a teamaker with many years of experience and tremendous expertise to produce this aroma. During the production process, the tea master must stay up all night through the tea-making process. This tea is also part of our sampler pack.

Dancong Oolong tea is famous for its floral fragrance and long, sweet aftertaste. In addition, the tea liquid thickness is highly sought after by many tea connoisseurs.

All of our light-roasted Dancong is stored in the freezer. It will maintain extreme freshness when stored this way.

Quantity: 25 grams

Harvest time: 2014 spring

Tea variety: 40-60 years old Jiang Hua Xiang tea tree

Origin: Shanggong village, Mt. Wudong, Chaozhou, Guangdong province

Roasted level: light-roasted

Picking standard: 2 or 3 half-matured tea leaves

Shape: tight bar shaped tea leaves

Dried tea color: dark brown color

Aroma: natural and fresh unique ginger flower fragrance

Tea liquid: color: light-yellow color

Taste: fresh, mellow, thick, unique flower taste

Brewing vessel: Gaiwan (120cc) or Yixing tea pot (120cc)

Water: purified or mineral water is the best




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