Sweet, passion fruit, osmanthus flower like aroma, mildly roasted and creamy
Ice Tea Instruction
Every 1 gram of tea for 50ml of water, and allow steeping 1 to 2 hours in a teapot/tumbler in the refrigerator.
Hot brew Instruction: we recommend Gaiwan for best infusions
Osmanthus Aroma is one of the 10 major Dan Cong aromatic groups, and it’s known for its signature sweet osmanthus aroma both in fragrance and in the tea liquor, yet with delicate floral note. The osmanthus sweetness is unique to its own and it’s very different from the sweetness from Honey Orchid Aroma, for instance. Osmanthus is a yellow flower of tiny flower petals that grow in Southern China, and it’s famous for its natural floral sweet notes. It is also often used in Cantonese cuisines for deserts. The Dan Cong Osmanthus Aroma tea is named after such flower because it mimics this flower’s fragrance.
Local tea scholars and connoisseurs from China studied and categorized these Dan Cong teas into hundreds of aromatic subgroups. Its aroma is never artificially added or perfumed but exclusively cultivated, and each aroma comes from tea plant’s natural aromatic compound.
Brewing Instruction Gaiwan & Teapot
Gai Wan: after rinse, 3-5 seconds
Ceramic pot: 3 mins, 240ml
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 cancer for it’s rich in antioxidants.
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