Chinese Longjing Green Tea

Chinese Longjing Green Tea

4 reviews
Regular price $12.49
(50¢ per cup)

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Longjing* (also known as Dragon Well), this is the most succulent and fragrant of green China Loose Leaf Teas. Picked in the early spring before the first rains, it has a fresh sweetness.

*Sometimes spelled Long Jing

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TM
23 November 2020
Terry M.
United States

Excellent Tea!

I'm not a tea expert or snob, but I know the difference between authentic green tea and everything else. This tea is amazing from start to finish and easy to make. I highly recommend this Chinese Longjing loose tea.

TW
23 November 2020
Tom W.
United Kingdom

My current favourite green tea

Bought this as an alternative to my usual RTC whole leaf green, and now find this is my preferred staple for all day drinking. The flavour is a more subtle than the whole leaf, with a delicate but full flavour. It's a great tea when you want something less punchy.

EB
03 January 2020
Esme B.

Freshness and body

Long Jing needs to be prepared with some attention as it’s taste might turn too green if you steep it to long (or hot). 90 seconds steep in 70 degrees celsius brews a nice fresh cup of tea with a spring, green and clean flavour, leaving a touch of sweetness afterwards.

E
17 July 2018
Emilie

Magnificient

I wanted to try a few new tea and as always, I turned to Rare Tea. I was absolutely not disappointed with this one. It reminded me of the best tea I've ever had (which was in London). The aroma alone, rising from a fresh cup, is a pure delight and I find this tea is the best when I need a minute to myself and relax in the middle of a busy work day.

Tasting Notes

The tea has stunning flavours of fresh grass and asparagus with a smooth, nutty finish of hazelnut. Combined with a soft and round mouthfeel and a long, honeyed sweetness, it truly is a sublime tea.

Quantity

Use 0.07oz of leaf per 5.1fl oz of water (2g per 150ml).

Temperature

For the optimum infusion use 158°F (70°C) water.

Time

Infuse for 1 - 2 minutes, tasting regularly.

Infusions

You can infuse this tea at least twice. With each careful infusion, different subtleties of flavour are revealed.

Cost Per Cup

50¢ per cup based on 0.07oz of leaf per 5.1fl oz of water and 2 infusions.

Hangzhou
Zhejiang Province

China

GREEN TIPS

The taste of spring

DRAGON WELL

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