Mi Lan Xiang is always a very popular lineups of Phoenix Oolong. It has an identical sweet fruity note reminiscent of lychee.
Lao Cong means old tea tree. This particular Mi Lan Xiang is made from old tea trees aged about 70 years old and above, which grown at Da An Village of Wu Dong Mountain in Phoenix. The altitude of the tea garden is about 950m. Because of old tea tree, this tea gives a soft and smooth drinking sensation with a long-lasting finishing.
Tea is repeatedly baked with traditional charcoal fire at a low temperature. It enhances its sweet fruity note that lasts for many brewing.
With the right quality water and tea ware, you will be surprised by its strikingly sweet fruity scent reminiscent of fresh lychee and honey that spreads over the palate, with a long-lasting sweetish finishing remains on palate for a long time. It has a hint of sweet floral note like geranium.
Below is the tea trees of Lao Cong Mi Lan.