Oolong Tea

This family of tea is classified between black and green. The various intensities of fragrances are determined by the different levels of oxidation that occur in the tea leaves. With its diverse array of aromas, oolong offers the most variety of any tea.


Eastern Fenghuang


Brewing guidelines:

4-5 grams at a time; infuse at 98C (208F) for at least 20 seconds; gradually increase steeping time for subsequent infusions.


Fenghuang Dancong Tea, also known as Eastern Red, typically comes from the province of Guangdong on Phoenix Mountain, the highest peak in eastern Guangdong. Dancong tea has a 900-year history. It is believed to be the tea used for Imperial tributes during the Song Dynasty. The ancient process for preparing it remains the same today. Artisans create this tea by firing thin, long leaves until they change into brownish red leaves. Rinsing the leaves revives them and releases their signature fragrance.

  • Plant: Camellia sinensis, Huang Zhi Xiang descendant from original Feng Huang Shui Xian
  • Location:
  • Harvest time: March
  • Picking standard: 2-3 slightly open leaves
  • Shape:Small, Long, twisted shoots
  • Dried tea color: dark chestnut
  • Composition:
  • Aroma: Natural and fresh unique pomelo and orange fragrance
  • Tea soup color: Mimosa light yellow
  • Taste: Subtle and elusive citrus flavors
  • Brewing vessel: Gaiwan recommended

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