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Feng Huang Dancong Yu Lan Xiang 2019

Oolong tea from the Phoenix Mountains, China

Feng Huang Dancong Yu Lan Xiang 2019 Feng Huang Dancong Yu Lan Xiang 2019 Feng Huang Dancong Yu Lan Xiang 2019

“Yu Lang” means “Magnolia heptapeta” in English. It is so named, because the leaves themselves give off the strong fragrance of magnolia hepatpeta. Its fragrance remains long even after it is infused several times.
It is an incredibly floral, sweet-scented, delicious tea. Its perfume scent and floral aroma can be enjoyed for longer that one expects, filling the mouth with its fragrance. The nose is filled with floral scents, lingering at length. An outstanding quality tea providing crystal clear infusions.

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Item code: TTY132

Origin: Guangdong Prov., CHINA

Ingredients: oolong tea

Best before: MAY / 2023

Dimensions: 12 x 20 cm

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How to prepare

3 g
0.1 oz
0.7 US tsp
95°C
203°F
100 ml
3.4 fl oz
100 cc
30 sec.~

STEP 1) Warm your teapot. Pour boiling water into a gaiwan or teapot, let it sit for a little while, then discard all the water.
STEP 2) Fill your pot with tea leaves in a 3g/100ml ratio, pour boiling water on them and brew for 30 seconds (no need for rinsing).
STEP 3) Serve. Pour the tea into a pitcher, and then into cups.
STEP 4) Brew again.

❖ For the second infusion, steep it for about half the time of the first infusion. For every other infusion after that increase the steeping time (to about 35-40 seconds).
❖ Make sure to open the lid of the teapot between infusions, to prevent the leaves from cooking.
❖ This is how we recommend brewing this tea, but we all have our preferences, so try experimenting to find the way you like it the most.

Latest Product Reviews

Da******, 2021-10-23 05:27, THAILAND

A good example of how a tea can be as floral as you could imagine. I must say the tase experience is like savouring a well made banoffee tart. The only downside is it can be too sharp to the carelesses, use the method explained in this site to mitigate that. Qi is of what I can expect from the Bouquet style Dancong, tinkling and uplifting, the bittersweet balance helps a lot.

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Ge******, 2021-04-22 18:42, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Wet leaves smell fruity and sweet. Compared to Yan Mei Ye, this tea’s sour berry notes are more subdued. The floral notes are less like potpourri and more like flower nectar.

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