Dragon Well Green Tea is also known as Longjing in Chinese. Longjing is the name of a village in Hangzhou city of Zhejiang, and also the name of a spring. The name is now well-known as a green tea.
Longjing is one of the top ten Chinese teas and used to be the Emperor’s favourite tea for many years. This particular tea is the Top Grade Dragon Well which is regarded as "Dragon Well Before Rain".
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|Making Process||Pan-dry fried, rolled, repeated a few times and then have the tea leaves fired until dry.|
|Health Benefits||Green tea is able to prevent heart diseases and cancer better than others.|
|Remarks||It is recommended to drink it in warm weather, or before 3pm.|
Colour: Light green or 70% light green + 30% light yellow
Size: 18mm-25mm(HG &TG) long;
Smell: Resembles the delicate aroma of grass, silage and seaweed.
Taste: Resembles fried beans and/or nuts
Teaware: Gaiwan (porcelain, bone china or glass), tall glass
MY Teahouse suggests using 80ºC on top of the tea leaves, brewing for about 45 sec-1 minute for the 1st infusion, 30-45 sec for the 2nd infusion and 1.5 minutes for the 3rd infusion.
This Top Grade is used the leaves ( 1tip+1or 2 leaves) have been picked before 22nd April which selected into tidy shape from High Grade.
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