Oolong Tea

This special loose leaf tea, oolong tea (also called Wu Long in Chinese), was firstly created in 1725 in Qing Dynasty. It is a very typical semi-fermented and traditional Chinese tea, and has features from both Chinese black teas and green teas. There are so many varieties of oolong that we stock and we believe you will definitely find one that you like. Free shipping is available Australia-wide.

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                                      • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Fragrant (Tieguanyin)Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Fragrant (Tieguanyin) Low stock
                                        From: $13.99 / 50g

                                        Our Clear-Fragrance-Style Anxi Tieguanyin Tea is full of attractive flavour, compared with other Tieguanyin, the aroma of it is more high-scented. It uses the Xiaoqing fermentation method, i.e. fixation takes place on the afternoon of the day after shaking. Shaking time is less than with the Zhengwei method, meaning relatively little stem water spreads into the leaves; fermentation is also relatively light.

                                        Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                      • Premium Taiwan Alishan Oolong TeaPremium Taiwan Alishan Oolong Tea Out of Stock
                                        From: $32.99 / 50g

                                        Alishan Oolong tea is a typical tea of Taiwan High Mountain teas, produced in the Da Ali Mountain area of Jiayi County. This premium grade Taiwan Alishan tea comes from the tea garden where the sea level is around 1000 to 1600 metres. This premium oolong tea is handmade.

                                        There are two types of Alishan Oolong Tea: Jinxuan and Qingxin Oolong Tea. Our typical premium Alishan Oolong Tea is a premium level of Jinxuan Oolong Tea.

                                      • Taiwan Alishan Oolong TeaTaiwan Alishan Oolong Tea Out of Stock
                                        From: $21.99 / 50g

                                        Alishan Oolong Tea is a typical example of Taiwan High Mountain Tea, produced in the Da Ali Mountain area of Jiayi County, which encompasses some 25 peaks over 2,000 metres in height, the tallest being Datashan (2,663m). There are two types of Alishan Oolong Tea: Jinxuan Oolong Tea and Qingxin Oolong Tea. Our typical Alishan Oolong Tea is a Jinxuan Oolong Tea.

                                      • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Original (Tieguanyin)Tieguanyin Brewed
                                        From: $18.99 / 50g

                                        This Tieguantin is made by using the most traditional method, Zhenwei, which applies firing immediately after shaking. The whole process is finished no later than the morning of the day after shaking. The taste of it is very delicate but mellow, with a longlasting aftertaste.

                                        Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                      • Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)
                                        From: $12.99 / 30g

                                        Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea is the king of rock teas. It is produced in the Wuyi Mountain area in Fujian province. It is produced from a tea shrub whose yield is very low; and each shrub can be over 1,000 years old. The tea is regarded as a national treasure because of its low yield and special taste.

                                      • Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong TeaTaiwan Dong Ding Oolong Tea
                                        From: $24.99 / 50g

                                        Taiwan Dong Ding Oolong Tea is another typical representative of Taiwan High Mountain Tea, produced in the Dong Ding Mountain area, Fenghuang Village, Lugu Township.

                                        The reason for Dong Ding Oolong is so-called ‘Dong Ding’ is because ‘Dong Ding’ in Chinese Mandarin means ‘frozen peak’, which used to vividly describes the nature of the landscape in this part of Taiwandescribe how steep the mountain is and climbers have to walk on their tiptoes so-called ‘Frozen Peak’. Actually, Dong Ding Mountain is very steep, people have to walk on their tiptoes to climb it. And the phrase in the Taiwanese Hokkien or Minnan language, people means use ‘grasping the peak’ to describe it which equals ‘frozen peak’ in Mandarin.

                                      • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Charcoal Roasted (TieguanyinAnxi Ti Kwan Yin Charcoal Roasted (Tieguanyin
                                        From: $21.99 / 50g

                                        Our charcoal roasted Ti Kwan Yin origins from Anxi County, Fujian province. The technology of making the Charcoal Roasted Tieguanyin is a traditional way of processing semi-fermented Tieguanyin, however, the charcoal roasted Tieguanyin requires an additional 5-12 hours’ baking using wood charcoal.

                                        It gives you a sense of warmth, like relaxing beside the fireplace in the cold winter while listening to the crackling sound of firewood and enjoying a cup of this unique oolong tea.

                                      • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Strong (Tieguanyin)Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Strong (Tieguanyin)
                                        From: $21.99 / 50g

                                        Our Strong-Flavour Baked Tieguanyin can only be made by tea makers with at least ten years of experience in baking tea; unskilled bakers can easily produce a burnt tea. The method is based on the traditional techniques for producing oolong tea, but includes extra baking.

                                        Tieguanyin Oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favorite of many.

                                      • Premium Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Original (Tieguanyin)Premium Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Original (Tieguanyin)
                                        From: $91.99 / 50g

                                        This premium Tieguanyin was made using the most traditional method, called Zhenwei in Chinese, which performs the firing right after the shaking procedure. The entire tea making process was completed no later than the morning of the day after shaking. The taste of the tea is very delicate but mellow, with a long-lasting aftertaste.

                                        Tieguanyin oolong Tea was first produced in 1725–1735 by a local tea farmer in Anxi County, Fujian province. It has a high content of amino acids, vitamins, minerals, polyphenols and alkaloids. It also contains various nutrients and medicinal substances. Its unique mellow aroma makes it a favourite of many.

                                        Our premium Anxi Ti Kwan Yin is cultivated in the core producing area in inner Anxi County which has the most nutritious soil type – acidic red soil and made by the tea master who has almost half a century’s tea making experience.

                                      • Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honey Orchid Flavor (Fenghuang Dan Cong)Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honey Orchid Flavor (Fenghuang Dan Cong)
                                        From: $21.99 / 30g

                                        Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced from Chao’an District, Chaozhou city, Guangdong province well-known by its aggressive rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong has can have 79 kinds of different natural flower flavours, 12 kinds of natural fruit aroma and 16 kinds of other fragrances, for example, it has the flavour of honey, cinnamon, almond, sweet-scented Osmanthus and yulan so on. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong also has 80 different breeding lines such as Ba Xian, Ju Duo Zai and so on. Our Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is only one of these varieties of breeds. This particular Phoenix Dan Cong oolong has mellow honey orchid flavour.

                                        Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is rich in amino acids, vitamins, tea polyphenols and alkaloid. For tea polyphenols, who has a strong anti-radiation effect, can reach up to 30% inside Phoenix Oolong tea.

                                        Because of its rich and overwhelming aroma, Phoenix Dan Cong nowadays has the same high reputation as Anxi Ti Kwan Yin and Wuyi Rock tea (such as Wuyi Big Red Robe) in China. These three different oolong teas become the major Chinese Oolong Tea strains.

                                      • Aged Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honeysuckle FlavourAged Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honeysuckle Flavour
                                        From: $34.99 / 30g

                                        Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced in the Chao’an district, Chaozhou city, Guangdong province, well-known for its aggressively rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from the Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village.

                                        This Aged Phoenix Dan Cong Milky Honeysuckle has a thicker and mellower taste than the normal one due to the age of the tea tree being over 50 years. This tea has a unique combined milk, orchid and honeysuckle flower flavour.

                                      • Premium Shui Jin Gui OolongPremium Shui Jin Gui Oolong
                                        From: $31.99 / 30g

                                        Shui Jin Gui is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas that belongs to the famous Wuyi ‘Cong’ family. Our premium Shui Jin Gui comes from the Bai Yun Rock located inside the scenic area of Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Province. It is one of the high-quality and premium ‘Zheng Yan’ Wuyi Rocky Oolong teas.

                                        It has a unique floral aroma of wintersweet and an obvious rocky taste, favoured by many tea lovers.

                                      • Premium Bai Ji Guan OolongPremium Bai Ji Guan Oolong
                                        From: $32.99 / 30g

                                        Bai Ji Guan is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas that belongs to famous Wuyi ‘Cong’ family. Our premium Bai Ji Guan comes from the Bei Dou Peak located inside the scenic area of Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Province. It is one of the high-quality premium ‘Zheng Yan’ Wuyi Rocky Oolong teas.

                                        The legend of this tea is found and cultivated by Yuchan Bai, who is one of the forefathers of Taoism. He liked this tea so much that he drank it all the time when he was meditating. Therefore, Bai Ji Guan is regarded as the tea of Taoism.

                                      • Premium Ban Tian Yao OolongPremium Ban Tian Yao Oolong
                                        From: $36.99 / 30g

                                        Ban Tian Yao is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas, belonging to the famous Wuyi ‘Cong’ family. It is native to a narrow passage between the cliffs on the hillside of the Sanhua Peak in Jiulongfeng. Our Bian Tiao Yao origins from an ecological tea garden located in the northwest of Lian Hua Peak inside Wuyi scenic area It is a high-quality and premium ‘Zheng Yan’ tea. Because of the precipitous geography, picking its tea leaves becomes quite difficult. This particular tea garden is suspended in the air, not touching the sky or the ground. This is why it is named ‘Ban Tian Yao’, which, in Chinese, means ‘halfway to the sky waist’.

                                      • Premium Tie Luo Han OolongPremium Tie Luo Han Oolong
                                        From: $31.99 / 30g

                                        Tie Luo Han is one of the very rare Wuyi rocky oolong teas that belongs to Wuyi famous ‘Cong’ family. It is native to the Ghost Cave in the Hui Yuan Rock of the Wuyi Mountain. Our Wuyi Tie Luo Han origins from the Bi Shi Rock inside Wuyi Scenic area. It is of high quality & premium ‘Zheng Yan’ tea.

                                        The unique & pleasant Chinese medicine aroma and its strong but supple tea soup make this tea easily recognizable.

                                      • Wuyi Rou Gui OolongWuyi Rou Gui Oolong
                                        From: $21.99 / 30g

                                        Wuyi Rou Gui is another very famous Wuyi Rock tea expect Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao). It is produced in the Wuyi Mountain area in Fujian Province. People who love it is because of its unusual warm and pleasant pungency characterise.

                                        Our standard Wuyi Rou Gui Oolong tea comes from ‘Ban Yan’ tea plantation where located beyond the core scenic spot of Wuyi Mountain but still inside the scenic area. In addition to the taste feature of rock tea, it is also loved by people for its unusual warm and pleasant pungency long-lasting flavour. It has a very obvious cinnamon aroma which is because it uses the fresh tea leaves from the tea tree who belongs to cinnamon variety as the raw material. After that, it will be processed by the same technology of making Wuyi Rock Oolong tea.  As our Wuyi Rou Gui is baked by medium heat, there is a little smoky mouthfeel but immediately turns into cinnamon, milky and floral flavour. The aftertaste is sweet, the fragrance stays in the throat for a long time.

                                      • Premium Aged Wuyi Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui OolongPremium Aged Wuyi Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui Oolong
                                        From: $117.99 / 30g

                                        This premium Wuyi Tigering Roaring Rou Gui is aged, compared to the normal premium Tigering Roaring Rou Gui. It has a more ‘Aged Cong’ charm, a much stronger flavour of moss, reed leaves and wood. It is produced from the “Hu Xiao” (Tiger Roaring) Cliff inside the scenic area of Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Province.

                                      • Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Sour (Tieguanyin)Anxi Ti Kwan Yin Sour (Tieguanyin) Out of Stock
                                        From: $11.99 / 50g

                                        Our Sour-Style Tieguanyin is an uncommon and polarising type of Tieguanyin; it is either loved or hated! The production methods dehydrate the tea leaves to a water content of only 20-30%; the final dry tea leaves smell very sour, but the sourness is only very light in the taste. The main difference in production is in the shaking time: the leaves are shaken much less for Sour-Style Tieguanyin. Instead, the tea leaves are left to sit for a long time. Fixation waits until the morning of the next day when the grass scent has totally disappeared and been replaced by the sour aroma.

                                        This style of Tieguanyin was actually invented by accident when a hot, rainy day made some tea growers feel too dizzy and short of breath to fire the tea, which was just left to sit. The next day, they found the tea had already turned sour. However, they sold it nonetheless and it proved very popular. Since then, tea growers have made this style of Tieguanyin on purpose.

                                      • Premium Century-Old Wuyi Hui Yuan Shui XianPremium Century-Old Wuyi Hui Yuan Shui Xian
                                        From: $95.99 / 30g

                                        Our premium Wuyi Hui Yuan Shui Xian was produced in the most scenic Wuyi Mountain area – the “Hui Yuan” pit. “Hui Yuan” pit is one of the “Zheng Yan” tea plantations which is considered as the origin of the best quality of Wuyi rock tea.

                                        There are three kinds of Shui Xian tea trees: Shui Xian (with over 30 years old), Gao Cong Shui Xian (30 to 60 years’ history) and Lao Cong Shui Xian (the oldest tea tree which is over 60 years old). The tree age of our premium Wuyi Shui Xian is over 100 years which is the real “Lao Cong” Shui Xian tea, which has a very impressive and charming “Yan Yun” taste.

                                        You can easily smell how delicate the tea is even without brewing. The unique and long-lasting orchid aroma is combined with charming and rocky “Lao Cong” taste. With just one sip of the tea you will never ever forget the tea.

                                      • Premium Wuyi Fo Shou (Buddha's Hand)Premium Wuyi Fo Shou (Buddha's Hand)
                                        From: $36.99 / 30g

                                        This Zhen Yan Fo Shou originates from Mi Tuo Yan (Amitabha rock), located inside the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area in Wuyishan City, Fujian Province, where also belongs to one of the ‘Zhengyan’ tea plantations. The tea produced from ‘Zhengyan’ plantation is considered the premium level due to its special flavour. The rocky surroundings endow the tea with a rich mineral content, which imparts a special mineral taste known as ‘Yanyun’. The lack of fertile soil here also ensures the tea leaves grow very slowly, accumulating a higher content of beneficial substances.

                                        Fo Shou, in Chinese, called ‘Buddha’s hand’. It also has two alternative names called ‘Xiang Yuan’ or ‘Snow Pear’. It is an asexual variety, a shrub-like plant with large leaves. It belongs to the medium-growing species, and the harvesting period is in late April. Its leaves are palm-sized and resemble the shape of a mandarin orange. It was initially planted in a Buddhist temple, hence the name “Buddha’s Hand.”

                                        Legend has it that in the 29th year of the Kangxi reign of the Qing Dynasty, an old monk from Qihu Rock in Anxi successfully grafted tea branches onto a Xiang Yuan tree. In the 43rd year of Kangxi’s reign, the tea variety was introduced to Shifeng Village in Dapu, Yongchun. Due to its unique characteristics, it was further introduced to places like Wuyishan, where it merged with the local features and preserved the fragrance of Snow Pear while gaining the distinctive Wuyi rock essence.

                                      • Premium Wuyi Shi RuPremium Wuyi Shi Ru
                                        From: $34.99 / 30g

                                        This Zhen Yan Shi Ru originates from Zhang Tang Jian, located inside the Wuyi Mountain Scenic Area in the Wuyishan City, Fujian Province, where also belongs to one of the ‘Zhengyan’ tea plantations. The tea produced from ‘Zhengyan’ plantation is considered the premium level due to its special flavour. The rocky surroundings endow the tea with a rich mineral content, which imparts a special mineral taste known as ‘Yanyun’. The lack of fertile soil here also ensures the tea leaves grow very slowly, accumulating a higher content of beneficial substances.

                                      • Premium Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)Premium Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao)
                                        From: $110.99 / 50g

                                        Our Premium Da Hong Pao Oolong Tea is produced from one of the ‘Zhengyan’ tea plantations – Wu Yuan Jian. It is located in the most scenic part of the Wuyi Mountain area, Fujian province.

                                        The tea produced on this plantation is considered the best Da Hong Pao due to its special flavour. The particular rocky surroundings endow the tea with a rich mineral content, which imparts a special mineral taste known as ‘Yanyun’. The lack of fertile soil here also ensures the tea leaves grow very slowly, accumulating a higher content of beneficial substances.

                                      • Premium Wuyi Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui OolongPremium Wuyi Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui Oolong
                                        From: $58.99 / 30g

                                        The Wuyi Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui is another very famous Wuyi “Rock tea” in addition to the Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao). It is produced from the “Hu Xiao” (Tiger Roaring) Cliff inside the scenic area of Wuyi Mountain in Fujian Province.

                                        Our premium Wuyi Rou Gui oolong tea comes from the traditional “Ban Yan” (AKA red siallite soil) tea plantation called “Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui”. Nowadays, due to the superior tea growing environment in “Tiger Roaring Rock” area and the continuous improvement of tea processing technology, the quality of the Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui is very close to the tea comes from “Zheng Yan” area (AKA purple glutenite soil).

                                        The cinnamon aroma of this premium Wuyi Rou Gui is dominating and aggressive. It has a lightly baked caramel and special rocky flavour. No one who has tasted the tea can deny the charm of the Tiger Roaring Rock Rou Gui. The aggressiveness of the tea in your throat is like an emperor, pioneering the territory, leading your gustation, invading your throat, and establishing his empire.

                                        People love it deeply because of its unusual warm and pleasant long-lasting flavour of pungency.

                                      • Wuyi Shui Xian OolongWuyi Shui Xian Oolong
                                        From: $21.99 / 30g

                                        Wuyi Shui Xian is another very famous Wuyi Rock tea expect Wuyi Big Red Robe (Da Hong Pao). It is produced in the Wuyi Mountain area in Fujian Province. This tea is baked with medium fire by experienced tea master.

                                        Our standard Wuyi Shui Xian Oolong tea comes from ‘Ban Yan’ tea plantation where located beyond the core scenic spot of Wuyi Mountain but still inside the scenic area. There are three kinds of Shui Xian Tea Tree which includes ordinary Shui Xian whose age is not over 30 years, Gao Cong Shui Xian who normally has 30 to 60 year’s history and Lao Cong Shui Xian which is the oldest tea tree over 60 years’ old. In order to offer affordable but still has very impressive delicious taste’s Wuyi Shui Xian, we pick one of the ‘Lao Cong Shui Xian’ whose age is over 60 years but less than 100 years’ old. Although it is not old enough to have the very special charming part of centurial or millennial Shui Xian, but you can feel a little bit of ‘Lao Cong’ from this Shui Xian Oolong tea.

                                      • Premium Phoenix Dan Cong Dong Fang HongPremium Phoenix Dan Cong Dong Fang Hong
                                        From: $82.99 / 30g

                                        This premium grade Phoenix Dan Cong comes from the Wu Dong Village, Chao Zhou City, Guang Dong City. In 1995, this aromatic Phoenix Dan Cong was dedicated to Chairman Mao, the former president of China. He really loved it and sent back a thanks note after trying the tea. This tea has then been called ‘Dong Fang Hong’, the literal translation of which is ‘The Red in the East’, and with a free translation of ‘hope’ as Chairman Mao is the one who save thousands of millions of people from a miserable life and lead them to the light.

                                        Wu Dong Village, where the sea level is between 1000 and 1200 metres, is the hometown of high-quality Phoenix Dan Cong. Phoenix Dan Cong produced here is extremely mellow and has a unique high mountain charm. This Phoenix Dan Cong Dong Fang Hong belongs to the yellow gardenia fragrance type. However, it has a much mellower taste and richer combined aroma than the ordinary Phoenix Dan Cong yellow gardenia flavour. Its aroma is full of impressiveness and enchantment.

                                      • Zhang Ping Shui Xian Oolong TeaZhang Ping Shui Xian Oolong Tea
                                        From: $25.99 / 50g

                                        Zhang Ping Shui Xian Oolong Tea origins from Long Yan, Zhang Ping City, Fujian province. It is the only oolong tea that is compressed into small square brick shapes and wrapped individually.

                                        This unique and rare oolong is much loved by local people. It doesn’t have any green taste but comes with an elegant pure orchid flavour.
                                        When taking this tea, you will feel a scent of floral aroma and it will then turn into a mellow orchid fragrance. A sweetness taste will also gradually appear after that.

                                        *Every tea brick weighs around 10g.

                                      • Phoenix Dan Cong Yellow Gardenia FlavourPhoenix Dan Cong Yellow Gardenia Flavour
                                        From: $37.99 / 30g

                                        Phoenix Dan Cong is famous for its mellow taste and varied aroma, it is regarded as ‘perfume’ among teas. This special rare species has a unique refreshing yellow gardenia flavour which is unforgettable stunning.

                                        Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced from the Chao’an district in Chaozhou city Guangdong province, well-known for its aggressive rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong has 79 kinds of different natural flower flavours, 12 kinds of natural fruit aroma and 16 kinds of other fragrances such as honey, cinnamon, almond, sweet-scented Osmanthus and yulan so on. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong also has 80 different breeding lines such as Ba Xian, Ju Duo Zai and so on.

                                        Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is rich in amino acids, vitamins, tea polyphenols and alkaloids. Its tea polyphenols, specifically, have a strong anti-radiation effect, can reach up to 30% in Phoenix Oolong tea.

                                        Because of its rich and overwhelming aroma, Phoenix Dan Cong nowadays has the same and very high reputation as Anxi Ti Kwan Yin and Wuyi Rock tea (such as Wuyi Big Red Robe) in China. These three different oolong teas become the major Chinese Oolong Tea strains.

                                      • Phoenix Dan Cong Almond FlavourPhoenix Dan Cong Almond Flavour
                                        From: $39.99 / 30g

                                        Phoenix Dan Cong Ju Duo Zai is a rare species of Phoenix Dan Cong grown in the Feng Huang Village located in Chao’an district, Chaozhou city, Guangdong province. Its fresh tea leaves look like a saw, called ‘Ju Duo’ in the Chaozhou dialect. Therefore it is named ‘Ju Duo Zai’ (small saw).

                                        Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is a very special category of Oolong tea produced from the Chao’an district in Chaozhou city Guangdong province, well-known by its aggressive rich aroma. The reason why it is named ‘phoenix’ is that it comes from Phoenix Mountain in Phoenix Village. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong has 79 kinds of different natural flower flavours, 12 kinds of natural fruit aroma, and 16 kinds of other fragrances such as honey, cinnamon, almond, sweet-scented Osmanthus and yulan so on. Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong also has 80 different breeding lines such as Ba Xian, Ju Duo Zai and so on.

                                        Phoenix Dan Cong Oolong is rich in amino acids, vitamins, tea polyphenols and alkaloids. Its tea polyphenols, specifically, have a strong anti-radiation effect, can reach up to 30% in Phoenix Oolong tea.

                                        Because of its rich and overwhelming aroma, Phoenix Dan Cong nowadays has the same and very high reputation as Anxi Ti Kwan Yin and Wuyi Rock tea (such as Wuyi Big Red Robe) in China. These three different oolong teas become the major Chinese Oolong Tea strains.

                                      • Premium Phoenix Dan Cong Ao Fu HouPremium Phoenix Dan Cong Ao Fu Hou
                                        From: $91.99 / 30g

                                        This premium grade Phoenix Dan Cong comes from the Wu Dong Village, Chao Zhou City, Guang Dong Province. Wu Dong Village is the core area that produces the highest quality of Phoenix Dan Cong oolong tea. The teas that originated here have a unique high mountain charm and are quite rebrew-able.

                                        The yearly yield of this rare Dan Cong is very limited because the picking time is super shot in a year which is just around 3-5 days. This tea belongs to the yellow gardenia type of oolong. This tea is much sweeter than any other yellow gardenia type of ordinary Phoenix Dan Cong teas.