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Organic West Lake Longjing Green Tea






Long Jing(dragon well) is the highest quality among all the Longjings from Zhejiang province.

Tea tree: Local old longjing bush
Harvest time: 2010 spring
Picking standard: One bud with one or two leaves
Shape: Tight, flat
Dried tea color: yellowish-green hue with massive tea hair
Aroma: fresh chestnut, and pleasing floral aroma
Taste: super fresh, thick, long-lasting sweetness and high floral aroma

long jing tea Description

Longjing is one of China`s top 10 teas and is considered the best by those devoted to green tea. The flat and smooth tea leaves (resembling pine needles with a pale green color) brew a tea with light green color, a subtle fragrant scent, and a refreshing taste.

Long Jing, which translates as dragonwell, is one of China`s most celebrated green teas. It is grown in the mountainous regions of Lion`s Peak of Hangzhou, Zheijiang province. Like other famous teas (notably Darjeeling), the notion of "flush"(time of picking i.e. spring, summer or autumn) applies to this wonderful tea. First flush Long Jing, which is picked once a year by hand when the leaves and buds are at their smallest and most fragrant stage, is immediately roasted and has a characteristic shape of leaves folded flat along their length. This is a premium tea and highly prized as such in China. It is difficult to find in export as it`s mostly consumed by the local market and it isn`t cheap. Long Jing is very delicate and fresh tasting, has a nutty, slightly sweet flavor and a lasting buttery finish. It`s a very healthy tea with a high vitamin C content and many of the anti-oxydants that are usually present in green tea. It is good for any moment of the day except maybe evening where it might a little too stimulating and so prevent sleep. This tea doesn`t store very well (green teas are best drunk fresh). Green teas can be stored for 1 year in a dry, air- and light-tight container.

Brewing vessel: Recommended glass cup to view tea buds displaying in the cup.

Brewing guidelines: glass cup; 2-3 grams per time (based on personal taste); the first infusion is 85-90C degree or 185-194F for about 2-3 minutes; then the second is about 3-4 minutes.
Brewing steps: first warm up the glass cup and pour out the hot water; second put the teas in the warm cup and rotate it gently and smell the aroma first; after that, pour 1/3 of 85 degree water into the cup, rotate the teas in the water gently for 10 seconds and smell the aroma; Finally pour the needed water to the cup again for the first infusion.



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