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 Oolong.
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. This tea is harvested from tea trees of about 50 years old.
When I first drunk this tea, its sweet floral scent reminds me of the scent of black locust. In addition to the floral scents of daffodils and ginger, you can also feel the sweet scent of ripe strawberries, raspberries, and grapes. This tea has a very strong aroma, so it is recommended for both beginners and those who are accustomed to drinking Phoenix Oolong.