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Guangdong Oolongs (Сhaozhou Cha)


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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Shuixian Tulou
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Shuixian Tulou

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Zhenhao Shuixian
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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Zhenhao Yashixiang
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Zhenhao Yashixiang

23.86 $
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Zhenhao Yashixiang

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Zhenhao Chun Milan  Xian
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Zhenhao Chun Milan Xian

20.43 $
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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Chun Wu Ye Zhenhao
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Chun Wu Ye Zhenhao

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Qiwei Mi Lan Xiang Dan Cong
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Qiwei Mi Lan Xiang Dan Cong

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Qiwei Mi Lan Xiang Dan Cong

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Qiwei Ya Shi Xiang Oolong
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Qiwei Ya Shi Xiang Oolong

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Qiwei Ya Shi Xiang Oolong

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Chun Ya Shi Xiang
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Chun Ya Shi Xiang

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Chun Ya Shi Xiang

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Lao Ya Shi Xiang
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Lao Ya Shi Xiang

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Lao Ya Shi Xiang

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Kao Huo Lao Baxian
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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Lishiwei Song Zhong
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Lishiwei Song Zhong

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Lao Baxian Oolong
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Lao Baxian Oolong

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Lao Baxian Oolong

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha  Lishiwei Milan
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Lishiwei Milan

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Lishiwei Milan

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Chaozhou Lao Shui Xian
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Chaozhou Lao Shui Xian

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Chaozhou Lao Shui Xian

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Jiu Duo Dan Cong
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Jiu Duo Dan Cong

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Jiu Duo Dan Cong

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Guangdong Oolongs Сhaozhou Cha Ye Sheng Milan Xiang
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Ye Sheng Milan Xiang

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Ye Sheng Milan Xiang

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Da Wu Ye Dancong
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Da Wu Ye Dancong

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Da Wu Ye Dancong

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Guangdong is one of the southern provinces of China with humid subtropical monsoon climate. The famous oolong tea grows in the north of the province, in the Phoenix Mountains, outlying Chaozhou city, 潮州. This area is located near the East China Sea, so the climate is mild here, with rainfall of about 2000 mm per year and an average annual temperature of + 22 ° C. The weather can change several times a day here and if it is raining half a kilometer from you, it does not mean that over your head should not be sunshine.

“Dan Cong” tea bushes (single bush) grow at an altitude of above 400 to 1,300 meters. That's a pretty high tea tree with thin branching trunk and large leaves. Depending on the height of the mountain slopes, the fog density, humidity, air temperature contrast and soil fertility these tea trees provide more than 80 varieties of Guangdong oolongs with unique aromatic bouquets.

The leaves are picked separately from each plant. The best-known tea variety is Feng Huang Dan Cong ( ), “Single bush from Phoenix Mountain”. Actually, any Guangdong oolong can be called by this name, but the "full name" necessarily includes variety details. Usually the tea name includes the name of orchids: Mi Lan Xiang Dan Cong, (Single Bush with Honey Orchid Flavor), Yu Lan Xiang Dan Cong, 玉蘭 (Single Bush with Jade Orchid Flavor) and others. We want to mention such varieties as the Ba Xian Dan Cong, 八仙 (Single Bush of Eight Immortals), Bai Ye Wu Dong Dan Cong, (White Leaf) Xi Ren Xiang Dan Cong, 杏仁 (Oolong with Almond Flavor). These and many other Chaozhou oolongs have truly wonderful, rich taste palettes, excellent flavors, long lasting and deep aftertaste. Tea technology mastering, fixing the selected flavors is a great skill that has been developed in the Phoenix mountains for centuries.

The Chaozhou oolong processing technology is similar to The Wuyi technology. By the way, some very talented artists have their "family" secrets of oolong producing. Dancong oolong bouquets are characterized by astringent berry and honey tones that make them different from Wuyi oolongs. The bouquet specialty come due to differences in climate and varietal features of Dan Cong tea bushes.

The big article about Guangdong oolong

View our film about Chaozhou

Another interesting tea made in the North-East of Guangdong is Chao Cha or “Roasted” Tea. The authentic technology for its manufacture in an unchanged form came from the Ming era. This is one of the first varieties of loose tea in history. The essence of the method is the long-term (at least 24 hours) roasting of small batches of tea leaf over low heat with interruptions for cooling. A distinctive feature of the technology is the fact that even today they use a wood stove. As raw materials, the upper leaves from the dancong shoots distributed in the vicinity of the Fenghuangshan mountains are used.

Video report from a small farm where this rarity is made: The most unusual tea from Guangdong. Chaocha - “roasted” tea.

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