Huang Ruiguang is an award-winning nationally-recognized master & published author. He is respected for his work expanding and modernizing tea agriculture in Fenghuang. He is devoted to tending his old-growth tea and has set the modern standard for competition-level Dancong aromatics and texture.
orange blossom water, neroli
slate, lingering aromatics
floral - gardenia, elderflower
fruit - orange blossom water, neroli
savory - flaky pastry
spice - aloeswood incense
texture - slate, lingering aromatics
DATE OF PICKINGSpring 2021
Wudong ShanGuangdong Province
Huang Zhi XiangTea Varietal
The new 2021 harvest is now available!
This Huang Zhi Xiang Dancong is picked from Huang Ruiguang's favorite high-elevation plot in Wudongshan from older tree stock and meticulously hand finished by Master Huang's sons over 24 hours to bring out the deep, almost electrifying aromatics. Huang Zhi Xiang is an incredibly rich spiced varietal with natural cooling notes that come through with striking intensity with the perfect microclimate, careful hand-picking, and 24+ hour continuous hand processing and finishing. Only a few kilos are harvested every year, and we are excited for the privilege to share. Master Huang's work in Dancong tasting and agriculture has won him countless awards and recognition, a biography in a 2015 published book on the history of Dancong, and leadership in every convention and tasting event in Guangdong. Though he is mostly retired, he still works with his sons to produce limited quantities of fine teas like this one.
Ye Lai Xiang is named after the tuberose flower which blooms at night. This flower’s heavy scent is used in perfumes and is the inspiration for the [...]
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'An accomplished technical master of tea, Huang Rui Guang is affectionately called a ‘modern tea sage’ by many. He likes to say that one love is enough in life, and his is tea. This excerpt is an attempt to portray a small piece of one man’s contributions to and love of tea'
5-10 g.6-8 oz.use 208° watersteep 20 secondsresteep many times add 10 sec. each infusion
10 g.6 ozuse 208° watersteep 6 seconds add 4 sec. per steepingenjoy many steepings