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Phoenix Oolong Tea

Phoenix Mountain in northern Guangdong Province produces a unique type of oolong harvested from single groves cultivated to emulate specific fruit or flower fragrances, producing some of the most interesting and complex flavors in the tea world.

  • Persimmon Blossom (Ya Sai)
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    漢字 柿花香(鴨屎香) 鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

    craft nong xiang

    flavor notes asian pear, honey

    漢字 柿花香(鴨屎香) 鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

    craft nong xiang

    flavor notes asian pear, honey

    The Phoenix Mountain range historically has been isolated from the rest of Guangzhou due to its remote location and harsh terrain, resulting in the development of distinctly unique tea varieties and traditions. In particular, this persimmon blossom tea was so rare and so desirable that farmers took to calling it...


  • Song Zhong
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    Song Zhong

    $54.00

    漢字 宋種鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

    craft nong xiang

    flavor notes peach, honey

    漢字 宋種鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

    craft nong xiang

    flavor notes peach, honey

    Song Zhong traces its origins back to the waning days of the Southern Song Dynasty. Locals on Phoenix Mountain tell of the last Song Emperor's flight from the invading Mongols. Tired and thirsty, the emperor was restored with tea brewed from the leaves of a Phoenix Mountain oolong. Today, Song...


  • Yin Hua Xiang (Honeysuckle)
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    漢字 银花香 鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

    craft nong xiang

    flavor notes citrus, dry

    漢字 银花香 鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

    craft nong xiang

    flavor notes citrus, dry

    Teas produced in the Phoenix Mountains of northern Guangdong are famed for their crisp, dry finish and complexity of flavor - both resulting from the unique growing techniques used in this area. Rich in aroma and mouthfeel, this tea is a classic example of oolongs of this traditional style. Brewed...


  • Huang Zhi Xiang (Orange Blossom)
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    漢字 黃枝香鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

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    flavor notes citrus, honey

    漢字 黃枝香鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

    craft nong xiang

    flavor notes citrus, honey

    Huang Zhi Xiang is one of our most elegant Phoenix Oolong teas. Its name loosely translates to "Orange Blossom Fragrance" because of the hint of citrus oil in the tea's natural aroma. Grown at over 900 meters above sea level on Wudong Mountain, Phoenix Range, our Huang Zhi Xiang was...


  • Mi Lan Xiang (Honey Orchid)
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    漢字 蜜蘭香鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

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    flavor notes honey, lychee

    漢字 蜜蘭香鳳凰單丛

    origin Wudong Shan, Guangdong

    craft qing xiang

    flavor notes honey, lychee

    Mi Lan Xiang is our most popular Phoenix Oolong.  We usually see raised eyebrows from those trying this tea for the first time, followed with that inevitable question, is this tea flavored?  It’s not, but the tea alone is remarkably flavorful.  It is also a very serious tea, descended from...


  • Mi Lan Xiang (Honey Orchid) Iced Tea
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    Mi Lan Xiang is our most popular Phoenix Oolong.  We usually see raised eyebrows from those trying this tea for the first time, followed with that inevitable question, is this tea flavored?  It’s not, but the tea alone is remarkably flavorful.  It is also a very serious tea, descended from a long line of Phoenix Shui Xian tea trees all bearing the unique honeyed aroma and flavor. In English, Mi Lan Xiang means "Honey Orchid...

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