Duck Shit Dan Cong
No, there are no feces in this tea. This rare oolong grows naturally on 80 year-old bushes in the village of Ping Keng Tou. The soil in the region has a yellow tinge to it, which gives the tea its unique, bittersweet flavor. In an effort to guard their precious tea plants, villagers began spreading the rumor that the yellow color came from copious amounts of duck droppings—thus the name. The tea is actually quite delicious. Notes of honey and orchids are balanced by a slight, astringent finish. - Guangdong, China
With many of our high quality loose leaf tea we suggest brewing it gong fu style- 4 to 6 grams of tea with short numerous steeps. You can also brew 3 to 5 grams for 2-4 minutes at 185°-195° Fahrenheit.
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