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Wudong Phoenix Oolong
Wudong Phoenix Oolong


Wudong Phoenix Oolong:

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Produced in the famed Wudong Village of China’s Guangdong Province. This exceptional Oolong is sometimes called “Wu Ye” (dark leaf), referencing both the origin of Wudong and the dark, lusciously curled leaf style. The prices of “Dan Cong” or Phoenix Oolong have been escalating; with price increases, there is often a degradation of quality and loss of the unique honey floral notes which are signature to a fine Phoenix Oolong. We are ecstatic to showcase this great Phoenix Oolong, which not only produces ample amounts of honey, fruit and floral notes but also the more difficult to find silky richness that has been missing in Phoenix Oolongs of recent years. The elegant and gentle mouth-feel is followed by a long and insistent finish that you will not soon forget. Try infusing this tea with hot but not boiling water, let it cool a bit and then savor the bouquet of wonderful fragrances and textures not found anywhere else.

Years ago, Roy was in a business meeting in China during the summer and a colleague served him a glass of iced Pheonix Oolong tea. It has been 30 years since that occasion and he still has not forgotten the impact of that drink. We encourage you to create your own unforgettable summer ice tea moment with this great tea.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Whoopee! May 5, 2021
Reviewer: Susan Boyle from Columbia, SC United States  
This is an extraordinary treat! I don't have words to recommend this any higher for ANYbody who likes GOOD oolongs!

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4 of 5 Don't know yet June 20, 2020
Reviewer: Mary L Lopez from CASTLE HILLS, TX United States  
So I had a cup only. May not have had the water at the optimum temperature. It's tasty, especially at the end of the sipping. I'm going to try again. It's not a very strong tea.

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