With the increase of infusion times, the flavor of the liquid will be lighter from different extent. When the fruity fragrance gradually fades away, the original aroma of Oolong tea will be more distinct. It has a long-lasting aroma when brewed, as well as a mellow and brisk taste and a sweet and smooth aftertaste. Feel the aroma with a deep breath – let the fragrance travel to every corner in your mouth and nose – you will be brimming with the atmosphere of being in an orchard.
The Health Benefits of Phoenix Dan Cong
Fermentation decreases the stimulation to our body from fresh tea leaves. Besides, if you store the Oolong tea for one to three months before drinking it, it will better for your health. Proper storage method can prolong the validity time of its health benefits. Like most Oolong tea, Phoenix Dan Cong is able to protect our body from hypertension. After roasting, Dan Cong is much softer. Thus it could warm our stomach speaking from traditional Chinese medicine.
How to Make Tea
If you use Gaiwan to infuse the Phoenix Dan Cong, the first brew should be in a very short time. Take 10g dry teas for washing in 1 -2 seconds. Then use 3oz of water for first brew in 2 - 3 seconds. A strong fragrance of sweet potato will flow into your nose. The second to fourth brews can also be kept in 2 - 3 seconds. Thus it could retain its best flavor. Then brews afterward can be prolonged depends on your own taste. This tea is able to be infused over 12 times.
About Narcissus Specie
Origins in Shuiji Town in Jianyang, Fujian. Branches of the tree are straight and fragile. Fresh leaf is oval, in deep green and glossy color. The leaf surface is smooth and even. Vein is thick and unobvious. Petiole shows a wide and flat shape.
Where is this Tie Guan Yin Oolong Tea produced
The Phoenix Mountain locates in Chaozhou, Guangdong. This area is close to the South China Sea. The climate here is warm, with sufficient rainfall. Tea trees are grown in the area above the altitude of 1000 meters, where the weather is cloudy and misty all the year round. Air moisture here is high and temperature between day and night is also very distinct. Average temperature is around 20℃, and annual precipitation is about 1800 millimeters. The fertile soil contains a abundant of organic matters and trace substance, which is helpful for tea tree’s grow and the forming of tea polyphenol and aromatic substance.
Legend of Phoenix Mountain
Once upon a time, there was a golden phoenix who had born two eggs in its nest on a high mountain, and hatched out two young phoenixes. After tough training and practice, the two phoenixes finally reached their goals and gained magic power. Since then where there was disaster, there were the two phoenixes. Peace will come along with the appearance of the phoenix. Not long after, stories about the two magical phoenix saving people soon spread out. Local people therefore gave the mountain where the phoenix lived a name, the Phoenix Mountain. As the mountain locates in Guangdong Province, it has abundant rain falls, which is very suitable for planting tea trees.
Q: Hello- being a dilettante in the ways of tea, I haven't tried enough Dan Cong to distinguish the bouquet from the aroma styles, but I am assuming since its aroma is so profound this is the latter? Posted on 5/23/13 by Kyle Larsen
Reply: Dan Cong's aroma comes along with every infusion. But its aroma and fragrance will be affected by the way you brew it. Yet we can say it is a kind of tea that is hard to brew. If you want to feel the fruity aroma from the tea, you may need to try many times, getting quite familiar with it so that you can know it better.
I have read that tea is similar to wine in their use of terminology to describe origins. For example, a tea that is "produced" in a region may not be "grown" there at all. It could be grown somewhere else and shipped to a famous region to be packaged. Is this the case with Phoenix Dan Cong?
Thank you, Erik Posted on 5/22/13 by erik wiegardt
Reply: Tea's making process is actually very different from wine's. The "materials" (fresh tea leaves) must be crafted in time after picked. Otherwise the leaves' fragrance and quality will become worse, resulting a bad quality of the end product. So there is no time to transport the tea leaves to anywhere else. Also there will be no possibility of the teas been grown and produced somewhere else and been packed in its origin region. Because environment strongly affects the grown of tea trees, which is the key of a tea's quality. If it is not grown in the origin place, the tea won't have its characteristic aroma or flavor of this kind, which can be easily recognized. Sometimes even tea leaves from 10km away will have different fragrance. We are serious about the quality of every tea, and carefully select each of our product by ourselves by visiting the origin tea farms and gardens. This Phoenix Dan Cong is grown, produced and packed in the origin place of it, the Phoenix Mountain, which locates in Chao'an County in Chaozhou, Guangdong.