Victoria recently traveled to Fenghuang City in the Guangdong Province of China in search of the best Phoenix Dan Cong oolong teas she could find! This journey took her to Wudong Mountain. We'll share some of her breathtaking photos from the mountain today, and on Monday, we'll look at some of the Phoenix oolong teas she sourced.
The cloud cover nestles itself right below the peaks of the mountains. It almost looks like a raging river that is winding its way between the mountains. The mist from the clouds creates a luscious environment for vegetation and wildlife, creating a plentiful source of moisture.
Here Victoria sits on a boulder, overlooking the view from the mountain. The mountains are peaceful and refreshing, but the terrain can be challenging at times. Sourcing good quality tea is certainly no easy task, but the sights are amazing.
Sometimes it can feel as though you are on top of the world. Wudong Mountain provides a great view for landscape photography.
What is a wonderful day without a sunset to match? As the sun slowly falls behind the mountains, you can see the mist returning to cover the land. Good night, Wudong Mountain!
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May 04, 2017
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- The Gaiwan Purchasing Guide - Part One
- Tea Spotlight: Award Winning Keemun Imperial Gongfu Black Tea
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- Latest Arrivals - Aged Tea
- Exploring the Depths of Aged White Tea
- Tea Storage 201: Properly Storing Your Tea
- How Tea is Made
- Tea Storage 101: Tips for Avoiding Stale Tea
- Tea to Go: The Benefits of Tea Travel Set
- Tea and Your Health: The Effects of Tea on Blood Pressure
- The Importance of Water Quality in Brewing Tea
- A Guide to Wuyi Rock Oolongs
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- Joie De Vivre: Jun Ci Porcelain 钧瓷
- Tea Time: How to Select the Right Teaware
- Yellow Tea: The Liquid Gold Historically Reserved for Royalty
- Tea Spotlight: Jingmai Mangjing Ancient Tree Loose Leaf Gu Shu Puerh
- Puerh Fundamentals: What Is Puerh Tea and Why is it Special?
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- A Cost Comparison of Tea Bags vs. Loose Leaf Tea
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- The Tao of Tea: Part Three (Art of Preparing Tea II)
- The Tao of Tea: Part Three (Art of Preparing Tea I)
- The Tao of Tea: Part Two (Science of Preparing Tea)
- The Tao of Tea: Part One (Philosophy of Preparing Tea)
- Jian Zhan Tea Cup - Looking At The Cosmos in a Cup of Tea
- The Connoisseur’s Tea Tasting Guide
- Tea Tasting Guide: How to Improve Your Palate