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Feng Huang Dancong Black Tea

Black tea from the Phoenix Mountains, China

Feng Huang Dancong Black Tea Feng Huang Dancong Black Tea Feng Huang Dancong Black Tea

As far as the history of Chinese tea goes, Feng Huang Dan Cong is a very special tea, belonging to Guangdong. It is made exclusively from a single trunk tree or a few particular trees; no leaves from other trees are mixed into it. Historically “dan cong” is written as単欉, which literally means single bush. There are reportedly over 80 kinds of this tea.

Of many kinds, Feng Huang Dan Cong from Guangdong is deemed valuable, because most tea leaves grown in Phoenix Mountain are transformed into oolong tea.
Feng Huang Dan Cong, which is introduced here, is produced in Wu Dong Mountain at the altitude of 1500m, at which high-grade tea leaves in Phoenix Mountain are grown. The tea has a mellow and rich taste of Phoenix Dang Cong. The scent of the steamed leaves is all about sweetness. The infusion has a sweet, tropical, rather intensive and long-lasting body.

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Item code: TTY137

Origin: Guandong Prov., CHINA

Ingredients: black tea

Best before: DEC / 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
150 ml
5.1 fl oz
150 cc
30 sec.~

STEP 1) Warm a gaiwan or teapot by pouring boiling water into it, then pouring it out.
STEP 2) Put tea leaves into the pot and pour water over the leaves.
STEP 3) Steam it for the required time.
STEP 4) Pour the tea into a pitcher, then into the cups to serve.

❖ When first pouring water over the leaves, foam is created. Remove the foam using the lid of the pot to achieve clearer taste.
❖ No need to "wash" the tea leaves, the first infusion is already ready to drink.
❖ 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 (from the time of the first infusion).
❖ Make sure to open the lid of the teapot between infusions, to prevent the leaves from steaming too much.

Taste of tea is a matter of preference, so try infusing tea in several ways and find your
favorite way to infuse.

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Je******, 2018-11-29 01:54 JST, CHILE

Me gustó mucho este té. Lo recomiendo a quienes gustan de un rico té negro

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