Phoenix Dan Cong

Tea type
Oolong Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Forest Floor, Honey, Roasted nuts, Wet Moss
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Caffeine
High
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Average preparation
Boiling 0 min, 45 sec 6 g 100 oz / 2957 ml

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A very popular Dan Cong oolong with a smooth, rich texture and the powerful taste of roasted. The Phoenix Dan Cong is one of over 100 varieties of Dan Cong oolong exclusively grown on Phoenix Mountain. This tea comes from ancient tea bushes grown at altitudes of over 900 metres. The teas defining characteristics are its light body, honey-like sweet flavour and brilliant nutty and roasted undertones of almonds.

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Three badly written haiku in honor of Tao Tea Leaf’s Phoenix Dan Cong tea:

I
Lovely long brown leaves
Hints of honey and lychee
Soft taste, whisper sweet

II
Fawn tint, floral scent
Mild taste and silky mouthfeel
Some astringency

III
Too mild for my taste
Tasty, but makes me want more
Fascinating cup

From – http://www.itsallabouttheleaf.com/2364/tea-review-tao-tea-leaf-phoenix-dan-cong-2/ – go read more reviews!!

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I found a bit of this tea after organizing my tea cupboard so I decided to brew some up. The aroma of this tea is amazing: sweet, honey, clean. The taste is much the same. This is a very mild oolong, but quite tasty.

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This is one of those teas I wish I could just sit and sip all day long! Sadly, I wasn’t able to get a days worth of steeps out of this.

I expected to open the package and revel long frosty tendrils of black and blue. Instead, I am greeted with an almost darjeeling/nepal green tea look alike. These beautiful leaves were a variety of colors. I could see long luscious golden leaves with black embers. I was very excited to begin tasting. The dry leaves carried a faint scent of roasted spice and sugarcane. I brewed these in my gaiwan, and I actually worked backwards on steeping times to start. I washed them once and the aroma they gave off was oh so good! My tea room was filled with a sharp crystal honey scent. I brewed at 50, 15, 30, 60… second intervals. At the first sip I was hooked on this gorgeous brew. I could taste a smooth creamy vegetal with a nutty undertone. It reminded me of a nepal green tea. The next steeping actually shocked my mouth with an encompassing honey mouthfeel. I could feel my taste buds tingle. This truly is a delicious brew! The steeped leaves carry a sweet forest scent. This drink has an essence of a forest floor in spring after a rain storm. It was floral, vegetal, and with a background of roasted almonds. This was a well rounded drink, and I’m so happy about my purchase. I was only able to get about 8 steepings out of my gaiwan. Again, I really wish i could just sit, sip, and enjoy this for the day :)

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Flavors: Forest Floor, Honey, Roasted nuts, Wet Moss

Preparation
Boiling 0 min, 45 sec 6 g 100 OZ / 2957 ML

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