Phoenix Oolong

Guangdong, China / Camellia sinensis
  • Double sized phoenix oolong

Phoenix Oolong, also known as Fenghuan din chung, has a delicate complexity attributed to its harvest from plants over 100 years old and its high mountain origins next to a lake near the top of Fenghuan Mountain. It's 35-40% oxidation contributes to the the stone fruit aroma and flavors of Lychee fruit and hints of charcoal that follow. The long and twisted leaves with charcoal tips make Phoenix Oolong a beautiful presentation tea.

Brewing Instructions: Brew 3 minutes at 205-210° F; 1 to 4 steepings.

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