Phoenix Single Bush – 2017 Winter Xue Pian Snowflake Guangdong Chaozhou Oolong Tea

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Origin: Fenghuang Mountain in east Guangdong Province, Chaozhou
Harvest: 2017 winter tea, tender leaves

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Origin: Fenghuang Mountain in east Guangdong Province, Chaozhou
Harvest: 2017 winter tea, tender leaves
Direction:
-use purple-clay Zisha teapot to brew 7 rounds and above at 100’C
-a mild but rich taste, bright orange tea liquid
-a enduring combined fragrance of flowers and fruits
Introduction:

As the most expensive breed among Phoenix Daffodil teas, Phoenix Single Bush is popular domestically as well as overseas. The unique elegant, flowery fragrance and charm depend on the breed itself and its special processing techniques. Phoenix Single Bush grows in Mountain Fenghuang (Phoenix) in east Guangdong Province, where many breeds with different fragrance types exist. Picked and processed bush by bush according to different fragrances, the bright green Phoenix Single Bush has pretty leaves, good color, sweet taste, special fragrance and lasting flavor. Phoenix Single Bush has a combined fragrance of flowers and fruits, with a mild but rich taste. Grayish-brown leaves are thick and straight, producing bright orange tea liquid. Brewed leaves are “green with a red edge”, its fragrance lasts for as many as seven infusions.

Winter oolong

Normally, leaves are harvested in springs, but winter oolong tea should be harvested around the Frost’s Descent (18th solar term), Xue Pian 雪片 – Snowflake with a special sweetness, and extreme high and long-lasting fragrance has a low yield and a relative higher price. Dry tea  is lighter in color, bigger in size and no sense of nay bitterness.

 

 

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Weight

10g, 20g, 50g, 100g, 100g (Tin)

1 review for Phoenix Single Bush – 2017 Winter Xue Pian Snowflake Guangdong Chaozhou Oolong Tea

  1. Xin Hui

    Wie auch der Xue Pian Eight Immoortal Oolong, so ist auch dies ein wunderbarer Tee aus der Winterernte. Er besitzt ein wunderbar zarten Geschmack mit sehr feinen Nuancen. Echt was für Kenner. Solch ein Tee sollte in keiner Oolong Sammlung fehlen.

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