Middle Mountain "Orange Blossom Aroma" Dan Cong Oolong

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Citrus, Mineral, Orange, Orange Zest, Tangy, Apricot, Lemon, Nectar, Orange Blossom, Peach
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 g 36 oz / 1064 ml

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Orange Blossom Aroma Dan Cong is a rare Dan Cong varietal that is grown at an altitude of 850 meters and comes from trees aged 80-100 years old located in Tianzhukeng Village (Guangdong).

The leaves are greenish brown and hand-processed into long loose spindly curls. Medium-light level of roasting preserves this teas incredibly unique and luscious aroma and creamy taste.

April Harvested

Tianzhukeng Village

850 meters altitude (Middle Mountain area of Wu Dong Mountains).

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Long wiry leaves. The aroma and taste of tangerine, orange, orange peel, minerals – as advertised. The flavors are mild and it did not re-steep well for me.

This tea is a nice change-of-pace specimen rather than something I am yearning to drink specifically. I keep it in my cupboard mainly for the variety purposes.

Flavors: Citrus, Mineral, Orange, Orange Zest, Tangy

Martin Bednář

This sounds so good!


ooh, yum. I also like to keep a dancong on hand for the sake of variety but ran out a while ago, this might have to be my next purchase!

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Dried apricots, lemon juice, the liquid from canned mandrin oranges. Minerals. Cured tangerine rind.

It doesn’t smell very impressive when it’s dry—just like a standard inexpensive Dan Cong, really—but wet the leaves with hot water and the aroma is an explosion of stone fruits. Dehydrated apricot, nectarine, peach pulp. A 5 second rinse tastes sweet and viscous with nectarine juice, and a 10 second steep is a delightful peachy hue with a heavy mandrin orange taste. Another 10 seconds and the sweetness morphs into the light tang of lemon juice. Step up to 15 and you get tangerine rind in the mix. A bit longer still, and the taste is eerily similar to a tangelo. Longer, and it’s orange and lemon droplets squeezed into a mineralic rock oolong. Go beyond that and you have a dry floral with a bite. It doesn’t even taste like tea until the 6th infusion. Not one of those “squint really hard after taking a sip and maybe you’ll find some flavor notes” teas. It genuinely tastes like citrus.

Haven’t been on Steepster in a bit, hauled around 1500 pounds of 4-inch electrical conduit into a ditch today and glued it together, my clothes are covered in dirt and sand, there’s concrete in my hair, and I still haven’t showered. However, this tea is so dang good that it reserved a rating right after finishing it. This is easily my new favorite and I’m going to covet my remaining 21 grams.

Flavors: Apricot, Lemon, Mineral, Nectar, Orange, Orange Blossom, Orange Zest, Peach, Tangy

195 °F / 90 °C 4 g 36 OZ / 1064 ML
Roswell Strange

Well hot damn, onto the wishlist it goes.


It’s a phenomenal tea. Get some next time you order from YS!

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