Phoenix Dacong Oolong Tea Sampler Set

Tea Repertoire



Tea Type: Oolong Tea

Tea Region: Da'an Village, Wu Dong Shan, Guangdong Province, China

Tasting Notes

For those who would love to experience and taste all our exceptional quality, Phoenix dancong oolong teas, we decided to launch this focused tasting sampler set. You will receive 11 different types of following Phoenix oolong teas, all packed into 5g so that you could try with Gong Fu Cha or western brewing method. 

- Phoenix Yellow Gardenia + 50 Years Old

- Phoenix Duck Shit Fragrance + 50 Years Old

- Laocong Phoenix Duck Shit Fragrance + 100 Years Old

- Phoenix Honey Orchid + 80 Years Old

 - Laocong Phoenix Honey Orchid + 150 Years Old

- Laocong Phoenix Almond Fragrance + 100 Years Old

 - Laocong Phoenix Eight Immortals + 100 Years Old

 - Phoenix Song Zhong + 80 Years Old

- Phoenix Heavenly Fragrance + 80 Years Old

- Phoenix Eastern Red + 150 Years Old

- Laocong Shui Xian + 300 Years Old


This Phoenix tea tasting sampler set will be available only in limited quantity and limited time period, so if you are interested in, please be hurry to order. 

Our Phoenix oolongs come from Da'an Village in Wu Dong Mountain, 1100 - 1200m above sea level, which forms the Phoenix Mountain Range (Feng Huang Shan) in eastern Guangdong Province. Carefully cultivated and crafted by our great tea master, Mr. Huang, the 8th generation tea farmer, our Phoenix oolongs are incredible quality that you will rarely encounter in the tea market. We're confident that it will satisfy even the most discerning palate of phoenix oolong tea connoisseurs.

In Mr. Huang's tea garden, there are many old tea trees (gushu) with their age varying up to 600 years old and he only produces the very finest, top of the cream phoenix dancong oolong tea from these rare, precious gushu trees. Also, as these trees are strictly protected by the Chinese government, they are not allowed to use any pesticide either. We were really impressed by the diversity of tea cultivars in their tea garden and the quality of their phoenix oolongs during our visit in 2018. 


Brewing Guidance

  • Measure 1g of tea per 100ml water. Boil water to 90℃. Steep for 4-5 minutes.
  • Gong Fu: 3.5g of tea leaves / 100ml Gaiwan / 90C water. 



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