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Oolong Tea

Phoenix Honey Orchid

Fragrant, Peach, Complex

Bold, complex, fruit flavours from the majestic Phoenix mountain

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Phoenix Honey Orchid Oolong Tea


The Origin Story

"Our Phoenix Honey Orchid oolong tea from China's Guangdong Province is a seductive shade of orange blossom; with complex notes of orange, vanilla and honey.

This oolong tea's fruity, honeyed flavour produced from elegantly long, twisted leaves is accentuated when pairing with savoury asian dishes like fried dim sum or fish with chilli and herbs.

One of our most complex oolongs and yet wonderfully accessible - sure to convert all to the darker side of oolong teas."

China - Guangdong

Guangdong is the home of Gong Fu tea ceremony and some outstanding oolongs

The coastal Guandong is China's most populous province, in the South East of the country and home to China's famous Phoenix Mountain ranges.

  • Cultivar
    Mi Lan Xiang
  • Oxidisation Level
  • Picked
    Spring or Autumn

Tasting Notes

Engage Your Senses

What to
Look For

Large twists of brown-black tea leaf.


Amazingly fragrant with notes of peach and citrus over a honeyed base.

In the Cup

Light, glowing amber tea infusion.


Deliciously fruity, floral and sweet oolong tea, with pleasing roasted richness and a touch of astringency.

Make the Perfect Cup of Phoenix Honey Orchid


Measure 4g or 3tsp per cup (250ml)

Heat Water
Heat Water

Heat water to 100°C


Infuse tea for 3 minutes

3 min

You can infuse this tea up to 3 times


Phoenix Honey Orchid Oolong Tea
Average rating: 4.8 Stars
  • Rating: 4 stars
    by Nicole
    Very enjoyable
    by Nicole
    Rating: 4 stars
    Very enjoyable
    I really like this tea - it is very fruity and has a gorgeous aroma. Would definitely recommend!
  • Rating: 5 stars
    by Mark
    A Rich and soothing experience.
    by Mark
    Rating: 5 stars
    A Rich and soothing experience.
    A Wonderful tea of rich complexity. There really is a wide variety of notes within this Tea. Deep fruit notes giving way to a smooth honeyed roundness. I shall certainly be buying this one again. Delicious.
  • Rating: 5 stars
    by Kelly
    Phoenix tea
    by Kelly
    Rating: 5 stars
    Phoenix tea
    Beautiful honey flavour would definitely recommend
  • Rating: 5 stars
    by Davy
    amazing tea!
    by Davy
    Rating: 5 stars
    amazing tea!
    Where do we start‰Û_ lets see i did order this tea a while ago just because i liked the name Phoenix Honey Orchid, it sounded wonderful but does it keep up to its keep up in taste?I had a pretty hard time figuring out the amount off leaf i needed to use, first 3 times i tried to brew i had not enough leaf, then to many. I almost gave up in trying to figure it out. Needles to say the taste with not enough leaf was a let down, and when i had to many well it was not really bitter but it tasted not like i expected or hoped it to taste.Now that i got it right for my taste buds I'm kind off surprised! It tastes very bright and fruity, maybe citrus or light tropical fruit. I'm not pretty sure about what I'm tasting but I'm loving it. This tea grows on me, i had a lot off trouble figuring out what and how, maybe i got it wrong in the first place because the leafs are so long and tippy that it looks like u got to many leafs in there, the pot is pretty filled with dry leafs now. it looks funny because most off the time i drink rolled up teas or small black teas. Back to the brewing I'm on my 4th cup now, still getting a very very nice flavour from these leafs, its almost feeling like a waste that i wasted allot off this expensive tea with just trying and trying‰Û_ but it feels good to finally have it the way i like and love it!o and the colour is bright golden orange, it looks amazing in my glass teacup!

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