Oriental Beauty Dan Cong

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Oolong Tea
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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “*Kashyap*, thank you for this really wonderful sample! I happen to love Dan Cong, and this is a really fine example. (Another multiple steeper.) The first thing to notice about a Dan Cong is...” Read full tasting note
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Kashyap, thank you for this really wonderful sample! I happen to love Dan Cong, and this is a really fine example. (Another multiple steeper.)

The first thing to notice about a Dan Cong is the color. The leaves, for an oolong, are very dark and long. Upon closer inspection, a deep red color is present, and hints of a lighter amber. It’s like the sunrise, just before the first rays of light stretch out across the sky. Everything is dark, but then there’s just the slightest hint of light coming. Beautiful.

The scent of the leaves is definitely woodsy. Once steeped, however, the aroma of the tea is much more complex. There’s the woodsy element, but something richer, more like raisin, or honey. At any rate, it’s a sweetness that hints at what’s to come in the flavor.

The flavor of this tea is divine. It’s definitely woodsy, with a baked flavor. There is a profound sweetness which develops mid-sip that fills your mouth with a nutty and deeply baked apricot, almost honey flavor that lingers for a while. It’s so lovely and rich. This is what I expect from a Dan Cong. Truly a beauty.

Subsequent steeps, particularly the second, proved to be just as lovely and slightly more fruity in flavor.

Preparation
195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec
Kashyap

I’m so glad I could share that treat with you…your description is lovely and apt and lyrically poetic…thanks and I’m happy to share

QuiltGuppy

Dan Cong is the first tea of which I ever bought a full pound. It’s a fabulous tea. Thanks, again. :)

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