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 Fragrance." This tea was gathered in April from an old grove sitting 950+ meters above sea level on Wudong Mountain in the Phoenix Mountain Range.
Mi Lan Xiang is crafted in the “Nong Xiang” style, where the leaves are oxidized to at least 30% then given repeat roasts until the honey-like aroma and flavor is brought forth. The resulting tea is sweet, with a subtle floral character not unlike lavender or orange blossom honey.
Each canister contains 5 iced tea bags (10g/ea.) of Mi Lan Xiang (Honey Orchid).
To brew iced tea, add 1 teabag to 2 liters of room temperature water and steep for 8 hours in the fridge.