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Phoenix Honey Orchid Oolong (Mi Lan Dan Cong) - No.89


 size: 25g Taster Packsize: 50g Caddysize: 250g Catering Pack 

Phoenix Honey Orchid Oolong (Mi Lan Dan Cong) - No.89

With its complex flavour, natural honey-like sweetness and floral notes, this is definitely a luxury tea for the connoisseurs.

Price:  £10.50(VAT Free)

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Tea Story

Imperial Phoenix Honey Orchid is one of the most sought-after teas amongst the Oolong tea lovers. Originating from one of the main four tea growing regions of China, the southern province of Guangdong is renowned for its mountain terrain, mineral-rich rocky soil composition, hot climatic conditions and most importantly the unique 600-year-old cultivars. All of these factors contribute to this tea’s naturally honey like sweetness and velvety smooth floral notes of orchid. Although there are many different cultivars used for making Dancong Oolong, our Imperial Phoenix Honey Orchid is made with the variety known as Mount Wudong Song, which is thought to offer the distinctive and superior flavour combinations.

Harvested during the early spring, from the old tea trees (unlike the waist-height tea bushes); typically one bud and 2-3 leaves. This darker Oolong undergoes a higher degree of oxidisation to gain the colour and flavours. Following the standard withering process, the leaves are gently rolled to get the enzymes and other components to mix together to facilitate the oxidisation. Once the correct oxidisation is reached the tea is baked in a charcoal oven in order to halt this process and lock down the flavours.

Ingredients: Chinese dark oolong


Region & Time of Harvest

This tea is harvested in early spring in the Guangdong province of China.


Tasting Notes

  • Appearance

    Dark brown with curled roasted leaves

  • Aroma

    Slightly flowery

  • Flavour

    Complex flavour with honey sweetness, floral, mildly smoky and nutty notes

  • Colour

    Light golden orange hue


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Customer Reviews
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Excellent tea and service
Thursday, 26 December 2019  |  Aubrey

Excellent tea and service.


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An exceptional oolong
Saturday, 17 August 2019  |  Jol-Maurice

An exceptional oolong tea with a very complex taste carrying fruity notes.


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Great tea
Tuesday, 8 August 2017  |  Ha

I enjoy the tea so much. Such a great smoked oolong with beautiful floral flagrant. I made this order due to a new yixing teapot, and absolutely satisfy with the combination.
I have tried some other smoked teas as well as other dancong. This one is quite a good one. Recommend.


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Excellent taste.
Tuesday, 18 July 2017  |  Michal

Excellent taste. I like it.


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