Dan Cong Black Single Trunk
$40.00 CAD for 125g
$40.00 – $151.00
A remarkable rock tea which brews smooth and sweet with distinct dried fruit notes, such as grapefruit and peach.
The plantations are situated in the Phoenix Mountains at a high elevation of around 1300m in the north of Guangdong Province. Tea is grown surrounded by forest and immersed in mist and cloud for much of the year.
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