A sublime early-spring harvest Dragon Well green tea from West Lake in Hangzhou province, China. Dragon Well is one of the most famous green teas of China. It is also called Long Jing and comes in many grades. This one is among the top grades. This tea meets all requirements for quality: is from West Lake the best area for Dragon Well, was harvested early spring before Qingming festival (15th day after spring equinox), has a beautiful appearance with each individual tea bud hand-pressed, and the taste is fresh and very satisfying.
Highly limited quantity.
LEAF: Tender budsets, color recalling the earliest shoots on the tea bush with a lovely vegetal and toasty smell.
INFUSED LEAF: Pale green, succulent buds with sweet notes of chestnut.
CUP: Pale green with fragrant aromas of honeydew, floral notes, hints of pistachio. Lovely sweetness. Clean finish.
1 level tbsp or 3 gm per 8 oz cup
3 mins. Second steep 5 min.
Long Wu area, West Lake, Hangzhou. Zhejiang Province, China
Manufacture: 20 March, 2019
Cultivar: Longjing Qunti
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High quality teas and very responsive customer service. We will continue to purchase tea from Happy Earth Tea.
Great tea as always from Happy Earth Tea! I would have to taste this grade back to back with their standard Long Jing. I'm not sure if my palette is sophisticated enough to enjoy the differences between the two haha! Makes a great cup though, I definitely enjoy it.
Thank you Greg! The Xi Hu Dragon Well should have more body and be smoother than the Jade Mountain, our regular Long Jing.