Yu Lan Xiang (Magnolia) Dan Cong Wulong 2013

Yu Lan Xiang (Magnolia) Dan Cong Wulong 2013

Yu Lan Xiang wulong, like the Zhi Lan Xiang wulong, is from the Chaozhou region. This Dan Cong wulong is typically grown at 400-500 meters above sea level. It is a relatively young tea, as its mother bush is only around 200 years old. Like the Zhi Lan Xiang (Iris Flower) Dan Cong wulong, Yu Lan Xiang is one of the ten distinct aroma types from the Guangdong Province. It distinguishes itself from other Dan Cong wulongs with its rich aroma and body. Once brewed, the tea has a full-bodied flavor that fills the entire mouth. The degree of intensity of its natural magnolia fragrance endures through numerous infusions.


Tea Origin: Phoenix Mountain, Chaozhou, Guangdong Province

Tea Bush: Yu Lan Xiang

Tea Master: Chen Xiong

Harvest Time: end of April

Picking Standard: 1 half-opened young leaf and 3 mature leaves.

Brewing Guidelines

Teaware: 12 oz. glass, porcelain or yi xing clay pot

Amount: 1 Tbs of tea leaves

Water: 212 F (boiling) filtered water.

Infusion: First infusion for 1-2 minutes. The leaves are good for seven infusions.

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