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Phoenix Dancong (Honey Orchid Notes)
Phoenix Dancong (Honey Orchid Notes)
Phoenix Dancong (Honey Orchid Notes)
Phoenix Dancong (Honey Orchid Notes)
Phoenix Dancong (Honey Orchid Notes)
Phoenix Dancong (Honey Orchid Notes)
Phoenix Dancong (Honey Orchid Notes)
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Phoenix Dancong (Honey Orchid Notes)

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About

Grown in the Phoenix Mountain of Chaozhou, Guangdong. Dancong (單叢) means teas consisting of leaves from a single cultivar). In essence this means that more or less each fragrance comes from its own cultivar. 

Honey Orchid Scent is one of the 10 signature fragrances of Phoenix Dancong teas. It is medium-roasted with a creamy mouthfeel, a honey sweetness and a powerful floral fragrance.

Country of Origin: Phoenix Mountain, Chaozhou, China

How to serve

To serve, take 2-3g (1-2 teaspoons) and brew with 250ml boiling water. Let it infuse for 30 seconds to 1 min.

Gongfu style (Gaiwan)
6g | per 100ml | 95°C | 1 min
+ 10s per steep for at least 5 steeps

Western style (Teapot)
3g | per 100ml | 90°C | 3 mins
+ 1 min per steep for at least 3 steeps

Cold brew
10g | 1L | Room temp/ refrigerated | 6 hours

We recommend brewing Dancong in gongfu style to get the full sensory experience that develops with each infusion. Dancong oolongs exhibit a remarkable ‘patience’ (耐泡)—meaning they last for many infusions.

These are just guidelines. It’s best to experiment with a range of temperatures and leaf-to-water ratios to understand the tea and your own taste preferences.



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