Mt. Wudong Mi Lan Xiang (Honey Orchid) Phoenix Dancong Oolong

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This Mi Lan Xiang Dancong Oolong enjoys strong, delicate honey aroma with light floral aroma as well; sweet taste with lingering after taste sweetness; rich & complex mouth feeling after sipping the tea liquid.

Recommend for the Oolong lovers.

Name: Premium Mt. Wudong Mi Lan Xiang (Honey Orchid) Oolong tea

Original: Gonghou village in Mt Wudong, Chaozhou, Guangdong province

Harvest time: 2017 spring

Picking standard: Two or three half-matured tea leaves

Dried tea color: Bloom dark color with some dark brown hue

Shape: Tight bar shaped tea leaves

Aroma: Natural and fresh unique floral & honey fragrance

Taste: Freshness, mellow, thickness, unique flower taste with strong Chaqi

Tea soup color: Bright golden yellow with super high transparency

Storage: Store the teas in aluminium bags/tins without any oxygen inside, no odor and low moisture

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I feel like I owe this tea a more thorough review, but I’ve only got a few minutes to get in some reviews before my bus leaves for the night so I’m gonna keep it brief and to the point – jot note level of brief/to the point. Just know that I will revisit this and give it a more detailed review…

- Beautiful dry leaf; a slightly nutty aroma with sweetness to it
- Steeped it had more of a fruity quality; sort of a fresh lemon aroma
- Not lemon skin/peel or the fruit itself but more just the aroma of a lemon, untouched
- Smooth and medium bodied
- Notes of lightly toasted nuts (almond?), honey, and florals
- Just a bit of roastiness, and lemon/citrus undertones
- Maybe some yuzu?

I liked it well enough overall; I anticipate I’ll most likely enjoy it even more when I get around the brewing the rest of the sample Gong Fu. As it stands, this is something that I’d drink happily if served or the mood strikes but I don’t think I’d class it as exceptional or something I’d go out of my way for just when it comes to this sort of Western prep. Then again, we all know a tea like this isn’t really meant to be prepared Western…

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