Milan Xiang translates to 'Honey Orchid' in English and this tea is aptly named. The tea liquor is golden amber with a thick sweetness and aromatics of cooked honey and apricots. The finish lingers on the palate, altogether a very pleasing tea without any of the bitterness that dancongs can sometimes have. This particular lot comes from plants around 60 years old and was roasted three times over several months using traditional lychee wood charcoal.
2022 Spring harvest by Zhou Shiwu and Cindy Chen.
No agrochemicals were used in the production of this tea.