Harvesting : Spring 2010
Origine : Wu Dong Mountain, Chao Zhou, Guang Dong province.
Plantation attitude : over 600m
Dry leaves appearance : The tea leaves are tender, soft, but thick. This tea is usually more heavily baked than the Song Zhong dancong to allow the tea to get its unique honey and lychee like flavor. The size and texture of the leaves testify that the tea come from aged trees. Due to the high level of its growing location, even though this Milan dancong has been brewed for times, its leaves won’t fully open, which is one of the characters of the high mountain tea.
Aroma : The dry aroma featuring a delicate sweet honey like fragrance. The wet leaves offer an even more complexity with all the aromas increasing and mixing beautifully.
Liquor : The liquor holds a lightly green/reddish color with a excellent clarity, which shares an elegant floral aroma and a smoothy sweet taste with a lovely honey background due to a heavy roasting. This Dancong oolongteatea has always been reputed to be the dancong that offers the closest fragrance to the famous Song Zhong Dancong.
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