|Qing Xiang is a variety of lightly oxidized Song Zhong Dan Cong, specially made for those who loves Song Zhong Dan Cong tea but prefers something a little more subtle and refreshing. Song Zhong Dan Cong are harvested from old tea trees descended from the Song Dynasty specimen. These trees grow in the high mountains of Feng Huang Shan, about 1,000 metres above sea level, where the soil, sun light, clean air and water provide an ideal environment for it to grow. Song Zhong is the best of Dan Cong variety and is considered a treasure in Chao An county, where only close friends and relatives are served with a tea of this grade. |
Light Fragrance Song Zhong Dan Cong, Qing Xiang Song Zhong Dan Cong
You can smell the strong nutty sweet fragrance as soon as you put the dried tea leaves into a pre-heated Gaiwan. The tea has a lovely light orchid flavor and a very pleasant flowery sweet aftertaste.
Slightly curled, long yellowish brown tea leaves.
Feng Huang Shan, Guangdong Province