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Duck shit aroma oolong tea, also called Yin Hua aroma oolong tea, is a high-fragrant Dan Cong oolong. It is characteristic by the floral fragrance and becomes more popular in recent years.
Teavivre’s Duck Shit Aroma (Ya Shi Xiang) Dan Cong Oolong Tea belongs to light oolong. After first time baking for the raw leaves and second time for the dry leaves, the fragrance of this tea becomes especially prominent and long-lasting. Some tea lovers may compare this tea with Tie Guan Yin, since these two teas are all belong to high-fragrant oolong. However, compared with the “Guan Yin Yun” of Tie Guan Yin, Dan Cong also has a special “Shan Yun”, which endows the tea a fuller taste and a better balance between tea aroma and taste, so that creates the intoxicating scent and sweet liquid.
When brewing the Duck shit aroma oolong tea, we use a Zhu Ni Zi Sha teapot in order to arouse its aroma and bring out a full taste. 7g tea, 100℃ water, rinse the tea one time, then we can start to enjoy it. It tastes fresh and sweet with slight Gardenia flower aroma in first steep; and the floral fragrance will spread immediately throughout our entire mouth in the second steep, with prominent sweet taste and promoting the secretion of saliva at the same time; in the third steep, it tastes more mellow and full, with long-last aftertaste. Except for the high fragrance, Dan Cong oolong can also brew for many steeps. 7g dry tea leaves, even after eight steeps, will still has floral aroma.
This Ya Shi Xiang Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is very suitable for women and new tea beginners, for its high floral fragrance, and sweet, mellow taste. Tea lovers who prefer high-fragrant tea can have a try.
Shi Tou Jiao Tea Garden is located in Fenghuang Town, next to the Feng Huang Reservoir. With about 900 meters altitude, it is surrounded by the fog and rain all around year, and the natural geographical environment is moist and superior. The soil here belongs to yellow soil, which is very suitable for the growth of the tea bushes.
The tea trees here are all beyond 40 years old. They all grow naturally without pruning by human. Due to the good geographical environment, the tree branches are covered with many moss plants, which is also a unique feature of high mountain tea trees and ancient tea trees. The high mountain Duck Shit Aroma Dan Cong Oolong Tea has high fragrance, full tea rhyme and infusion-enduring taste.
To speak about the source of this Duck Shit Aroma Dan Cong Oolong Tea, it may thanks to Mr. Li, who comes from Chaozhou, Guangdong, and met Angel at a tea expo. He heard that Angel was looking for good teas, so he recommended this Ya Shi Xiang Dan Cong Oolong. After tasting, Angel found that this tea is different from the Guang Dong Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong Tea which is previous selling on our site. Even if the aroma is high and prominent, it will not cover the flavor of tea itself, on the contrary, the aroma and tea flavor bring out the best in each other, which has left a profound impression to Angel.
During their conversation, Mr. Li told Angel about his experience with Dan Cong oolong tea. Born in a small village in Fenghuang County, Mr. Li was accustomed to each scenes of tea picking, making and drinking since he was very young. But to him, the most unforgettable taste was Dan Cong oolong. After been graduated from college, he came back to his hometown, and started to broaden the tea market, not only for his family, but also for the villagers. Meanwhile, he is also dedicate to finding tea friends, and recommends them his most natural and authentic Dan Cong Oolong.
Chaozhou Phoenix Mountain is known for its tea among Chinese 73 Phoenix Mountains. It has beautiful scenery, fresh air, mild and humid climate. The average temperature is around 20℃, and annual precipitation is about 2119.7 millimeters. Phoenix Mountain is not only a tourist destination, but also the main producing areas of China's Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong tea. It is the climate, soil, and mountain range that give Dan Cong Oolong a unique fragrance. In 1982, Dan Cong Oolong has been awarded as one of the 32 most famous tea in China. Phoenix Mountain has a total of over 20,000 acres tea garden, in which has an ancient tea forest existing more than 3,000 ancient tea trees with 200 to 400 year-old age, among which the “Song Zhong tea king” are over 600 years old.
The Duck Shit Aroma (Ya Shi Xiang) Dan Cong Oolong Tea is made of Wuye Dan Cong. Due to the dark green color of its tea leaves, tea farmers usually call it “Wu Ye”. The spring tea of one bud with two leaves contains 49.7% of water extract, 4.4% of amino acid, 17.8% of tea polyphenol, and 3.4% of caffeine. Wuye has rich gardenia fragrance and honey rhyme, which is very suitable for making high grade oolong and black tea.
There is a story about the origin of the name of Duck Shit Aroma (Ya Shi Xiang) Oolong Tea. The original tea tree (mother tea tree) of Duck Shit Aroma comes from Wu Dong Mountain. It grows in the yellow soil; the tea leaves are dark green in color, and the shape is very similar to schefflera octophylla. Besides, the tea maked by this tea bush has rich aroma and taste. So people were all curious about what kind of tea tree it is. The owner was afraid that his trees being stolen, so he falsely claimed that it was called Duck Shit Aroma (Ya Shi Xiang). He was intended to protect his tea trees, and don't want too many people to plant it, however, the vulgar name cannot affect a good tea. People still figured out how to plant the tea tree. As a result, this tea bush has been grown everywhere in Phoenix Mountain and the Duck Shit Aroma (Ya Shi Xiang) became more and more famous.
In 2014, experts from Fenghuang Tea Association think the Duck Shit Aroma (Ya Shi Xiang) oolong’s scent is similar to the fragrance of a wild honeysuckle on Phoenix Mountain, so they decided to change its name into “Yin Hua Xiang” (honeysuckle aroma). But “Duck Shit Aroma (Ya Shi Xiang)” has spared so far because many tea lovers still prefer this special name.
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