Dan Cong Oolong tea is known as the champagne of Oolongs and one of the most expensive tea brands of the world. Origin of this tea is Phoenix Mountains, Guandong province, China.

‘Dancong’ is frequently translated to ‘single bush’ as this tea is harvested from the stems of one mother cultivar plant.

The unique aroma of the tea makes Dan Cong tea one of the special tea brands and it has many sub-types as per aroma profile.

Some important sub-types of Dan Cong oolong tea are-

  • Mi Lan Xiang [Honey-Orchid fragrance]
  • Huang Zhi Xiang [Germanium fragrance]
  • Yu Lan Xiang [Magnolia fragrance]
  • You Hua Xian [Pomelo blossom fragrance]

Taste, flavor and aroma profile of Dan Cong Oolong Tea

The brewed cup of Dan Cong tea provides Orange-brown liquor.

The taste is great with intense fruity, floral and herbal aroma and one lingering aftertaste. Flavor and aroma of all sub-type Dan Cong Teas are somewhat different from each other.

How to Brew Dang Cong Oolong Tea?

Water Temperature – 85°C – 95°C

Quanitity of water – 200 ml

Quantity of tea leaf – 5 grams

Steeping time – 1 – 2 minutes

The same tea can be brewed for 10 subsequent infusions.

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