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Chaozhou oolong tea (Dancong / Single Bush)

the diva among the oolong tea from Fenghuang a.k.a. Phoenix Mountains in or around Chaozhou, Chao'an in Guangdong which mimicks flavours like Honey Orchid, Ginger and others.
Single Bush or Dancong (单枞) A family of stripe-style oolong teas from Guangdong Province. The doppelganger of teas, Dancong teas are noted for their ability to naturally imitate the flavors and fragrances of various flowers and fruits, such as orange blossom, orchid, grapefruit, almond, ginger flower, etc.

The name dancong originally meant phoenix teas all picked from one tree. In recent times though it has become a generic term for all Phoenix Mountain oolongs. True dan congs are still being produced, but they are extremely high quality and almost impossible to get in western markets.

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Caolanxiang Dancong (Boat Orchid Single Bush) 2021
Caolanxiang Dancong (Boat Orchid Single Bush) 2021

quite rare tea, which ranks even a...

quite rare tea, which r...

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Yashixiang Dancong (Duck Feces Single Bush) 2022
Yashixiang Dancong (Duck Feces Single Bush) 2022

duck feces single bush? don't fear...

duck feces single bush?...

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Chaozhou oolong tea (Dancong / Single Bush)

Single Bush or Dancong (单枞) A family of stripe-style oolong teas from Guangdong Province. The doppelganger of teas, Dancong teas are noted for their ability to naturally imitate the flavors and fragrances of various flowers and fruits, such as orange blossom, orchid, grapefruit, almond, ginger flower, etc.

The name dancong originally meant phoenix teas all picked from one tree. In recent times though it has become a generic term for all Phoenix Mountain oolongs. True dan congs are still being produced, but they are extremely high quality and almost impossible to get in western markets.

Chaozhou oolong tea (Dancong / Single Bush)
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