There are various classifications for the name of the Phoenix Dan Cong, such as the shape of the tea leaves, the type of scent, the history, and the name of the area.
Ye Lai Xiang is classified by scent and is one of the ten major types of scent in the Phoenix Dan Cong.
This tea is produced in Dan Hu Village on Wu Dong Mountain of Phoenix, and the altitude of the tea plantation is about 850m. The mother tree of this tea has a scent of the evening primrose.
Lao Cong is a name that refers to tea harvested from old tea tree. This tea is harvested from old trees above 100 years old. It is clearly reflected on its deep extent of aftertaste and long-lasting finishing.
When you brew the tea with the right quality water, it has a sweet floral scent, with a mix of fruity note like cherries, plums, mangoes, and spring honey. It has a very strong aroma. This is a tea recommended for those who like to explore into Phoenix tea, because its intense flavor would easily make it an easy-to-understand the goodness of Phoenix tea.