oolong tea (bulk)

Dancong teas (pronounced "dan-tsong") are harvested from hundred-year-old, wild-grown tea trees in the Phoenix Mountain appellation of Guangdong, China. The deep roots of these ancient plants are enveloped by mineral-rich soil that can only be found at great depths, which translates into more phytonutrients and flavor in their leaves.

This classic dancong offers a creamy, velvety texture with generous notes of warm, buttery cinnamon buns and a lingering, orange-flower-honey finish. An intoxicating experience.

BREWING TIPS: Because this leaf is so light, we recommend using a full tablespoon of tealeaves for every 8 ounces of water. Infuse in 195°F water for 3-4 minutes. Dancong teas are also well suited for brewing in a traditional, Chinese guywan.

NET WT (per bag): One Pound (16 oz; 453.59 g)


oolong tea (bulk)

  • Oolong tea

This tea is made from 100% natural ingredients.

(This type of tea can also be called "Dan Cong").


oolong tea (bulk)

Eight Immortals tea is also called "Ba Xian Xiang." Phoenix (Fenghuang) Mountain is located along the coast of China's Guangdong province.


Teas purchased in bulk by-the-pound quantities are packaged in a heat-sealed foil bag with a re-sealable zip lock. These sturdy, foil bags protect the tea's freshness and flavor.

Orders for multiple pounds of the same type of tea may be packaged together in a single foil bag. Orders exceeding 10 lbs of the same type of tea may be packaged in plastic barrel liners.

If you are ordering multiple pounds of the same tea and need them packaged in individual one-pound bags, please note this in the “Order Instructions” section during check out. Be advised that this type of packaging may not be possible for certain discounted orders over 10 lbs of a single tea.



  1. My new favorite

    Posted by Serenity on 18th Jun 2020

    As mentioned in my review of Octavia's Champagne Oolong (which is also excellent), I've noticed there can be a huge difference among Oolongs. A truly fine one is an almost ethereal experience. This offering from Octavia is my #1 favorite, imparting a delicate nuance of flavor like no other and leaving behind a distinct feeling of well-being. Worth the price!

  2. Smooth. My new favorite!

    Posted by Lauren M on 1st Nov 2013

    Such a smooth cup... No astringency or bitterness here. I found that all the flavor notes they suggested were present and accounted for- in a glorious way. I think Dancongs might be my new favorite tea and, as an avid tea drinker, that is definitely saying something. Can't wait to add the Phoenix Mountain to my collection!

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