Ya Shi Xiang Reserve
Ya Shi Xiang Reserve
Ya Shi Xiang Reserve
Ya Shi Xiang Reserve
Ya Shi Xiang Reserve

Ya Shi Xiang Reserve


3 reviews

An exceptional Phoenix Oolong cultivar produced in Southeast China. Don’t be fooled by its English translation. This tea was named to ward off competing farmers from growing what is now a world-renowned variety.

Origin: Tianzhukeng, Chao'an District, Guangdong Province
Elevation: 900 Meters
Variety: Ya Shi Xiang
Garden: Feng Huang Lao Cha Nong
Harvest: May 2019

Tasting Notes:

Narcissus, white grape and shortbread

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Regular price $25.00 Sale price $20.00 Save $5.00
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Anne L.
Canada Canada
I recommend this product
A premium find!

A bold complex floral and scent with a flavor that's smooth and mellow, concluding with a sweet lingering finish. I've steeped each cup multiple times with pleasing results.

Barbara B.
United States United States
Yum, yum!

This was part of a gift for my son in law’s birthday! It was a hit! Thanks! I love giving Smith Tea for the packaging and for the consistency of the tea flavors.

tory g.
United States United States
ridiculously good

The smell of this tea is like spring in a cup. Floral, sunshine, subtle warmth and beauty. So glad I skipped past the discouraging name to find a new favorite tea.


Full leaf oolong tea from China

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Reserve No. 106: The 6th release in our Reserve Series.


For Western brewing, this tea can be brewed for single infusions using 3 grams of tea per 8 ounces of 190 degree water and steeped for three minutes.

For gaiwan brewing, place 7 grams of tea leaves into 150 ml (5 ounce) gaiwan. Bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to a boil (212 degrees). Fill your gaiwan to the top and let the leaves steep for 10-20 seconds. Set the strainer on top of the decanter and pour the tea out of the gaiwan with the lid slightly askew, without allowing the tea leaves to escape. Serve into small cups and repeat this process at least 4-5 times and notice how the tea leaves change in flavor over each infusion. Learn more about gaiwan service here