Wudong is a representative of the high-altitude production area of Fenghuang Dancong. Wudong Mountain is the second highest peak of Fenghuang Mountain, with the highest altitude of more than 1,000 meters. It is also an ancient tea-producing area. The warm and humid air from the South China Sea turns into clouds and mists that linger in the mountains all the year round, bringing tea to the tea trees. Sufficient water and diffused light, clear aroma, smooth soup, the tea here has a long history, so the tea trees are also of a certain age, the tea made has both mountain charm and "cong flavor".
Today, Tongxinshe recommends this honey orchid fragrant single cluster, which is produced in the alpine tea garden on Wudong Mountain (Da'an Village). In addition to the honey charm of the variety itself, it also has an elegant mountain charm. Northeast of the mountain. Because the Taiping Temple in the village is the largest nunnery in Phoenix Mountain, it is called Da'an, and the village is named after the nunnery.
Fenghuang Dancong is divided into ten fragrance types according to the fragrance type, and the most popular among the public is honey orchid fragrance. The mother tree of Milanxiang has a history of more than 600 years. The reason why it is called Milanxiang is because its finished tea has a strong and obvious "honey flavor" with orchid fragrance. Its honey rhyme is refreshing, and the fragrance of orchid orchid is refreshing. It is a kind of fragrance that everyone loves.
Falling in love with Fenghuang Dancong Starting from Milanxiang, the finished tea of Milandancong has obvious sweet potato "honey taste", and the fragrance of sesame orchid flowers, sharp and long-lasting honey fragrance, elegant and slender fragrance of sesame orchid, mellow and sweet aftertaste, with The special rhyme of "thick honey orchid" is full of fragrance after drinking, and it is extremely resistant to brewing.
This dry tea is dark brown and oily, the cord is tight and heavy, the aroma is fresh, and the honey aroma is obvious. When brewed with boiling water, the aroma is overflowing instantly. The soup is orange and bright, with a strong mountain flavor. The aroma is restrained and unassuming, and the fragrance is in the water. The bottom of the leaf is thick and even, elastic.
The tea soup is thick and plump with outstanding quality characteristics, sweet and sweet in the throat. After a while, the mellowness of the tea soup turned into sweetness. The honey rhyme urges the mouth to slowly produce fluid, and experience the intertwining of the sweetness between the lips and teeth and the rich sweetness in the throat. This tea is very resistant to brewing, and there is still a long aftertaste after brewing for a few times.