The name of tea is probably an unfamiliar name, but it is a relatively well-known name of Phoenix tea among the locals in Phoenix Town.
The name Hong Di means red calyx. It is said that the tea of this Hong Di variety was named like this because it has a red color when the tea buds are small.
Lao Cong （老欉 ）means tea is harvested from old trees. This tea is harvested from old trees over 100 years old in a tea garden located at above 1000m in Phoenix Mountain.
It has an extremely strong aftertaste and a long-lasting finishing. Its unique characteristic of the aroma is a strikingly strong fruity aroma reminiscent of tropical fruits such as guava, sour-sap, banana, and pineapple. It is a very fragrant tea, so even beginners will be able to enjoy it too.