Rich, fragrant and strong sweet fruitiness of dry figs and dry apricot and with mild malty smooth mouth feel
Ice Tea Instruction
Every 1 gram of tea for 50ml of water, and allow steeping 1 to 2 hours in refrigerator.
Three ways of brewing this tea:
It comes from Phoenix Dan Cong tea trees, but processed as a black tea instead of a Dan Cong oolong tea. Originally such tea was created for experimental purpose, but tea drinkers in China adored its rich sweet flavor of fruitiness and hence, plus it also makes an excellent cold brew, so nowadays it has become a perfect daily go to tea and an all season suitable tea.
Cultivated in mineral rich soil, this tea thrives in the coastal environment in Canton province on Phoenix Mountain. Both wild and farmed, these tea trees can reach the ripe old age of 200 years. To learn more about Phoenix Dan Cong is, click here.
Brewing Instruction Gaiwan & Teapot
Gai Wan or ceramic pot
Add 5gram/2 tbsp
95 C / 205 F
Add 8oz water and infuse for 3 min.
Repeat for another 3+ infusions and increase the steeping time by 30 seconds with each additional infusion
Gai Wan (Recommended for best infusions):
Add water and infuse for 5 seconds
Repeat for another 5+ infusions and increase the steeping time by 5 seconds with each additional infusion
Top Health Benefits
Rich in polyphenols to maintain a healthy gut by promoting the growth of good bacteria
Contains antimicrobial properties that kill off harmful substances and improve gut bacteria and immunity
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