So Far, So Good 2020 Spring Qianli Xiang Dancong Wulong
$10.50 – $142.00
- How to Brew (Chaozhou Style)
- Additional information
- Reviews (2)
Made from high mountain, old bush material, this charcoal roasted tea is one of the more unique Dancong additions for this year. We highly recommend it for those who prioritize body, texture and aftertaste in their Dancong as opposed to an obvious or upfront fragrance.
With a nice, toasty sweetness at the beginning, this tea’s strongest quality is a rounded mouthfeel and unique texture, which fills the mouth. Soon after, the fragrance kicks in, with a deep and lasting flavour in the mouth and nose.
This process can be consistently be repeated over many infusions, making this an extremely enduring tea and great for long drawn out sessions.
We recommend this tea for more experienced Dancong drinkers, as some of the subtle qualities of texture and lasting fragrance associated with higher quality Dancong material might not be as obvious for newer drinkers.
Please note that the 250g size does not include a tin.
We recommend brewing this tea using Chaozhou style gongfu brewing. Here’s how it’s done:
HCP (verified owner) –
This is a very nice dancong, made it for the in-laws and they love it
Alexandra Verville-Paris –
Enjoy the oily texture that generously coats the whole mouth. This tea skillfully brings together flowers, cooked fruits, sugar and handmade soap! The result will light up your day ^^