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Aged Phoenix Dan Cong
Stored in Grandtea's own storage room since 2006, It is rich in Lychee taste and fruity flavor! I have revitalized this tea by sun-baking. The sun-baking method is gentle and could preserve it original flavor, yet "push out" all the moister and foreign flavor that had absorbed through the years of aging. Some vendors would re-roast the aged tea, but I think in most case the roast flavor would overpower the complexity of flavors that develop through the years of aging.
We have less then one kg of this aged 2006 tea, so don't missed it. Check out the blog for the tea review!
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In the tea world, the first thing to understand is that all the teas, Black, Green or Oolong, are made from the tender shoots of the Tea plant, Camellia sinensis. Here the differences in each tea, are created by the way it is manufactured. So when it comes to oolong tea, the tea is called “Semi-fermented” or in simple terms, its processing is in between of Black tea and Green tea.
Hello everybody, today I’ll talk about the new Oolong tea that I’ve just tasted, the Aged Phoenix Dan Cong.
Hello tea lovers! I'm Michelle of One More Steep and I'm writing here on Grand Tea's website about their Aged Phoenix Dan Cong
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