Chinese Fenghuang Dancong Oolong Tea Honey Rhyme Mellow Grade One

Chinese Fenghuang Dancong Oolong Tea Honey Rhyme Mellow Grade One

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Chinese Fenghuang Dancong Oolong Tea Honey Rhyme Mellow Grade One

Fenghuang (Phoenix) Dancong Tea:The main origin place of Phoenix Dancong tea is Chaozhou Phoenix Mountain, it is rare high flavor famous tea whose natural floral tea is the most lofty, has most diverse floral types with mellow and sweet taste, special charm in our tea resources.

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Grade one


thick, straight leveling


yellow, brown, cinnabar red spots


Brewing fragrance lasting, has a unique natural honey orchid fragrance



Tea water

clear yellow

bottom edge color of tea leaf


abdomen color of tea leaf

clear yellow

Storage method


Shelf Life

More than 36 months


100g, 250g, 500g

2 reviews for Chinese Fenghuang Dancong Oolong Tea Honey Rhyme Mellow Grade One

  1. 5 out of 5

    Very nice leathery mouth feel and honey flavor. Pretty straightforward and simple over all. Flavor lingers for a good while. Other notes are very much in the background, but still can be discerned, such as eucalyptus, orchid, mineral, and guava.

  2. 4 out of 5

    The last of my free samples from AprTea. Thanks so much! These types of oolongs are usually tough for me to describe, but I’ll give it a try. The leaves are dark and twisted, but wide, with a red/purple tinge to them. The flavor is certainly very sweet with a caramel note, almost like a minty cooling feel after the sip. There is also a roasted flavor, not too much but noticeable. (The roasted flavor might be why I don’t gravitate towards teas like these, but it is pleasant enough here.) Almost a starchy quality too. The flavor is definitely CARAMELIZED something or other. It’s very much like maple syrup over roasted maple leaves, if I had to describe the flavor. With the third steep, the roasted flavor is mostly gone and I’m left with an incredibly sweet and smooth drink. I don’t think this one can be oversteeped, and I think I could have kept steeping past three mugs. If I had to stock up on this TYPE of tea, it’d probably be this one. Though again, I don’t have much experience with these types of oolongs because they aren’t my favorite. But this was certainly an enjoyable tea drinking session.
    Steep #1 // 2 teaspoons for a full mug // 11 minutes after boiling // 1 minute steep
    Steep #2 // 10 minutes after boiling // 2 minute steep
    Steep #3 // just boiled // 3 min

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