Long Jing (Dragonwell) Green Tea 龙井
Every spring, tea lovers go weak at the knees for Long Jing tea. Why? Because it represents a fresh, natural taste that many see as the peak of Chinese tea culture.
The leaves are pressed into flat, green dagger shapes and dried. Once brewed they open up revealing soft and delicate tea shoots and a fragrance reminscent of cut-grass on a summers day.
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“Yes! I'd spent a long time trying various green teas in teabags, and never really understood the appeal. This tea is a bit more than I'd usually spend, but I haven't regretted it at all. It tastes fantastic, the leaves are beautiful to look at, and brewing a pot is a real treat now.”
This is what Fiona Harcourt said after trying our 2014 Dragonwell by Chen Jian Jie
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