Bold floral fragrance, honey like sweetness and a hint of creaminess
Elegant just like its name, Duck Shit Snowflake is a seasonal winter hand-picked harvest of regular Duck Shit Aroma all-natural tea. This winter version is much more florally delicate than the regular and contrasted to caramel like sweetness, its sweetness brings a rather icy wintry feel.
From the coastal area in Canton province, Phoenix Mountain possesses mineral-rich soil and is constantly surrounded by mists and fog, covered by wild tea tress and tea farms, as well as the folklore of the Phoenix Dan Cong Tea. Many wild tea trees are at least 100 to 200 years old.
It’s a special type of organic Oolong treasured for its highly distinctive natural aroma, and is also believed to be the ancestor of all Oolong teas. Well-known for its ten aromatic categories, it delivers rich and complex flavor. Local tea scholars and connoisseurs from China study and try to organize these all-natural teas into hundreds aromatic subgroups. Mandarin uses the word ‘Xiang’ or aroma for each specific type that mimics certain flower or fruit aroma. Phoenix Dan Cong’s aroma is never artificially added or perfumed but exclusively cultivated, artisan crafted, and each aroma comes from the tea plant’s natural aromatic compound.
Feng Huang (Phoenix) Mountain, Canton, China
Gai Wan: rinse, then 3-5 secs
Ceramic pot: 240ml, 2.30 mins
Add 6gram/1 tbsp
90 C / 195 F
Top Health Benefits
Regular consumption reduces new fat cell growth and promotes weight loss.
Rich in bioflavonoids, it fights allergies, inflammation, heart diseases, and slows down the aging process.
National Cancer Institute claims its excellence in prevention of diabetes and certain cancers for it’s rich in antioxidants.
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This winter dancong was entirely different from my other dancong experiences. When brewed, it has a pleasant buttery smell, a creamy mouthfeel, and a savory taste. It's not as strongly floral or sharply sweet as other dancongs I've had. It also has little to no astringency, bitterness, or roastiness. I boiled at 205F and used 20+ second steeps. Overall a very pleasant, comforting tea.