Straight from the beautiful mountain in Guangdong Province, which is named after the legendary phoenix. Humid weather combined with cool temperatures and very fertile soil leads to one of China's most famous medium-roasted dark oolong teas.
Phoenix Mountain near Chaozhou (Guangdong Province) has a long history of making oolong tea. It was already highly regarded in the Tang Dynasty and became even more popular during the Qing Dynasty.
In 1982 Phoenix Mountain's Oolong Tea was named China's Most Famous National Tea. The region has a mild and humid climate.
The best Phoenix Dan Cong tea leaves grow in the mountains over 1000 meters above sea level.
Steep temperature: 90°C/195°F
Steep time: 4-5 min.
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