Mi Lan Dan Cong Oolong

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Oolong Tea
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From Yunnan Colorful

Dancong oolongs(Or named Chaozhou Cha and 潮州茶) come from Chaozhou, in Guangdong province and represent the city’s intense love for tea culture. Tea drinking is everywhere, and it is always a Dancong oolong in each and every cup.
Our best in show Dancong is named for its robust fruity and flowery overtones that clearly exert themselves throughout the many possible infusions. The ‘Mi’ for Shui Mi Tao (a variety of peach) and ‘Lan’ for orchids offers several hints as to the various delicious aromas and flavours that show up in each steeping. These flavours, as usual, are natural to the tea leaf picking and the highly secretive processing techniques of the tea master, with no added ingredients or flavourings. The bold creaminess of this Mi Lan Dancong should convert anyone to oolong teas, and we hope that everyone already hooked on high-grade oolongs is lucky enough to taste this picking before it is gone.

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ScottTeaMan I really enjoy Dan Congs. How many infusions did you get from this one?
Thomas Edward(Toad)

I got 3 good infisions out of this one, the 4th was weak, i think it is my first Dan Cong, it was super nice tho i liked it.
The Oolongs that ive been drinking are leaves rolled up tight or in a teabag already this had big pretty leaves.

ScottTeaMan

Dan Congs are one of my Faavorite Oolongs.

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