West Lake Long Jing Green Tea (Dragon Well)
Long Jing green tea (also known as Dragon Well or Lung Ching) is one of the ten most famous Chinese tea. It was originated from the West Lake area in HangZhou. West Lake Long Jing offers beautiful flat leaves, sweet taste, and refreshing aroma. Watch out for faked West Lake Long Jing on the market.
Pre-Ming West Lake Long Jing Green Tea (Dragon Well, Lung Ching) (Ã÷Ç°Î÷ºþÁú¾®)
Another great West Lake Long Jing green tea from Tea Research Institute in HangZhou, the only authority in tea quality test in China.
This delicate pre-Ming Long Jing was grown at Tea Research Institute's Long Jing tea garden in the protected West Lake Long Jing Origin area, and hand fired by experienced masters. It carries Chinese Green Food Certificate.
This year's extremely cold weather delayed harvest to late March. Our Long Jing is the few pre-ming harvest. It offers beautiful leaf presentations, pure and refreshing taste, and wonderful, complex aroma with hints of citrus, lemon.. This is a tea that will put a smile on your face at every sip.
Harvest Time: March 28 to April 3, 2010
TeaHub Grade: ***
This tea can last 3-5 infusions.
Brewing Instruction: Apply 3-4g Long Jing tea leaves to an uncovered ceramic teapot, add 1/3 teapot 90°C hot water and brew for 40 seconds, then add 2/3 teapot 60°C hot water and brew for 40 seconds to 1 minute.
Please see our special Long Jing and Yunnan Black Tea Combined tea ceremony.