Mi Lan Dan cong AAA....

Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.


May 30th, '14, 23:09
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Mi Lan Dan cong AAA....

by olateone » May 30th, '14, 23:09

One word....lychee !!!
....and I love it!

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Jun 1st, '14, 09:29
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Re: Mi Lan Dan cong AAA....

by bob » Jun 1st, '14, 09:29

I also have lots of fond memories of Mi Lan Dan Cong and its peachy aromas, but in the last two years I was a bit disappointed by the quality (although I have to admit I was looking at cheaper ones). Where did you get yours?

Jun 1st, '14, 12:54
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Re: Mi Lan Dan cong AAA....

by olateone » Jun 1st, '14, 12:54

Got this from Jing Tea Shop.
Was wondering if there is any other teas with the same aroma and flavor profile as the MI Lan?
The MI Lan just wowed me!

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Jun 2nd, '14, 15:08
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Re: Mi Lan Dan cong AAA....

by bob » Jun 2nd, '14, 15:08

olateone wrote:Got this from Jing Tea Shop.


Thanks for the info! They have a nice selection of Dan Congs, I tried a few samples in the past and was quite satisfied.

I'm not sure what would have similar flavor as Mi Lan, but I warmly recommend you to try some Ba Xian Dan Cong. It's usually a bit more expensive as Mi Lan, but is more floral/fruity, can get quite citrusy. One of my favorite Dan Congs!

Jun 13th, '14, 19:36
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Re: Mi Lan Dan cong AAA....

by idler » Jun 13th, '14, 19:36

I found that JTS's Ba Xian is much milder than their Mi Lan AAA.

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