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ORIGIN: Chao Zhou Wu Dong Shan, Guang Dong, China
Tea is like people, they all have unique DNA; also like people’s names, each has its own unique and different characteristics. With their own names, we call it the ID card of Dancong tea. It is to allow everyone to identify the variety name of the tea through this ID card. There are more than 200 varieties of subdivided Dancong tea, and ten types of fragrance.
Today, Tongxinshe Teahouse brought a relatively rare Phoenix Dancong "Wu Dong Lao Cong Da Hu Qi".
Da Hu Qi is a relatively rare variety of Dancong tea. It is a sexually propagated plant, a small tree, a middle-leaf type, a middle-bud type, and a honey-flavored type. Because the shape of the finished tea strands is like a butterfly (that is, an aquatic blood-sucking animal leech, Chaozhou dialect is commonly known as butterfly) and got its name.
The finished tea is huge in shape, resembling a leech, black and oily, with a natural floral fragrance, strong, sharp and long-lasting honey flavor, bright orange-yellow tea soup, a honey fragrance in the mouth, soft, mellow and refreshing, sweet aftertaste It is long and long, and because it is a high mountain, its mountain charm is also very prominent. The tea bottom is even and tidy, fresh and bright, soft in color, and green leaves and red borders.
Congratulations, you got to know a new variety of Dancong.