“Before this sample from teavivre I hadn’t had the chance to try duck shot oolong but after being amused by the name so many times I had it added on to an order at teavivre. Normally I prefer...” Read full tasting note
“So at long last, I finally got my hands on some duck shit oolong. I have long been intrigued by this funny sounding tea, but couldn’t bring myself to commit to a 50g bag. Thankfully I was able to...” Read full tasting note
“Very buttery taste and a strong floral aroma that lingers in the mouth. Slightly “green” taste due to the light roast, and a mild fruity sweetness. I’m having a hard time picking out any specific...” Read full tasting note
Origin: Fenghuang Town, Chaozhou City, Guangdong Province, China
Plucking Standard: Two to four leaves
Fragrance: Light/Green oolong (slightly baked twice)
Dry leaf: Fat and bold strips, slightly twisted, dark green in color
Aroma:Fragrance of Gardenia flowers, fruits and milk
Liquid:Bright golden yellow
Mouthfeel: Taste mellow and sweet with floral fragrance filling in mouth, and delighted aftertaste. Be able to brew many steeps.
Tree Bush: Wuye Dan Cong (over 40 years old)
Tea garden: Shi Tou Jiao Tea Garden, about 950 meters altitude
Teavivre’s Duck Shit Aroma (Ya Shi Xiang) Dan Cong Oolong Tea belongs to light oolong. After first time baking for the raw leaves and second time for the dry leaves, the fragrance of this tea becomes especially prominent and long-lasting. Some tea lovers may compare this tea with Tie Guan Yin, since these two teas are all belong to high-fragrant oolong. However, compared with the “Guan Yin Yun” of Tie Guan Yin, Dan Cong also has a special “Shan Yun”, which endows the tea a fuller taste and a better balance between tea aroma and taste, so that creates the intoxicating scent and sweet liquid.
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