Lao Cong (old tree) Song Zhong Dancong Oolong Tea, harvested in the spring, is a testament to the rich tea heritage of the Wu Dong region in Chaozhou, Guangdong Province.
The leaves are tightly rolled and neatly arranged, exhibiting a dark and thick appearance, indicative of their maturity and concentrated flavor.
Upon infusion, the tea reveals a golden liquor color, radiant with brightness and enriched with a thick, floral, orchid-like fragrance.
The tea soup is delightfully sweet, reminiscent of honey, and possesses a mellow complexity.
Its texture is akin to silk, offering a smoothness that elegantly coats the entire mouth.
This coating effect intensifies the Huigan (returning sweetness), leaving a remarkable aftertaste that is both strong and rhythmically unique, especially characteristic of old tree teas and the Song Zhong variety.
The aftertaste of this tea is notably long-lasting, providing a soothing effect on the mind and a nurturing quality for the body.
Song Zhong is among the most celebrated teas in the Wu Dong region, revered for its Feng Huang Dan Cong properties.
This tea is a true reflection of the region’s exceptional tea-growing conditions and the skilled craftsmanship of its producers, making it a prized selection for tea connoisseurs worldwide.