"Da Wu Ye" known as Big Black Leaf grows almost exclusively in Phoenix Village in the Wu Dong Mountains of Guangdong. Da Wu Ye is a medium leaf varietal and natural hybrid of local "Ya Shi Xiang" bushes and "Shui Xian" varietal.
"Ba Xian" also known as the Eight Immortals Dan Cong grows in a couple of villages (Phoenix, Ping Keng Tou, and Zhong Shan) in the Wu Dong mountains. The original eight plants of this varietal date back to the Song dynasty.
"Bai Ye" (lit. White Leaf) Dan Cong is grown in Ling Tou village in the north of Raoping County (Guangdong Province). Bai Ye Dan Cong varietal plants are special in curved large appearance with light yellow-green crowns.
Ya Shi Xiang Dan Cong (aka Duck Shit Aroma) is a rare Dan Cong varietal grown in and around Ping Keng Tou village in the Phoenix Mountains outside of Chaozhou in Guangdong Province. The tea bushes from which our King of Duck Shit Aroma are more than 80 years old growing naturally!
This type of oolong grows from trees and is picked using tall ladders. It is then hand-roasted to oxidize it and give it that special flavor. This tea has the characteristic of "mi lan xiang" or orchid nectar aromatic quality to it.
AA grade Dan Cong from Wu Dong Mountain in Guangdong. The tea is expertly processed from first flush of Spring 2015 tea leaves. Very light oxidization processing has preserved this tea's high quality tea leaves while bring out their natural "Flower Aroma" aroma and taste.