Benshan (本山) refers to a tea-plant cultivar from Anxi county, Fujian province, China. The leaves and stems of this cultivar tend to be strong and leathery. Most Benshan oolong, including ours, is lightly oxidized and minimally baked resulting in a golden-yellow color and floral aroma. Our Benshan was grown without pesticides at a high-elevation tea...
Huang Jin Gui means Golden Osmanthus, so called because its yellowish green leaves produce a golden liquor and it has a distinct Osmanthus flower-like aroma. It is a high-grown tea from Fujian that starts with a fruity flavour but becomes more sweetly floral.
This is a rare variant of Dan Cong and unique to Canton Tea Co. It is relatively high-grown and lightly baked to produce subtler floral flavours. Leading tea bloggers have rated this tea very highly. It rewards careful brewing and can stand multiple infusions if brewed with care.
Dong Fang Mei Ren (東方美人) oolong tea, also known as Oriental Beauty or Bai Hao Oolong, is a famous Taiwanese oolong tea. The oxidation level is greater than most other oolong teas and it has a high quantity of fuzzy, silvery buds/tips. Ours was produced in Pinglin township.
Our Phoenix Dancong was produced at the Feng Huang Mountain Tea Farm in the North of China's Guangdong province. This garden is located at 4,500 feet above sea level and is home to many mature single trunk tea trees and is close to obtaining organic cerification. The tea plant cultivar used is called Mi Lan Xiang (蜜蘭香) meaning honey orchid fragrance.
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