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|Chinese Name||梅家坞龙井(méi jiā wù lóng jǐng)|
|Other Names||Dragon Well, Longjing|
|Growing Area||Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, China|
|Harvest Period||Before April. Ming Qian(Pre-Qingming)-First plucking.|
|Processing Technique||Non-fermentation Tea, Kill Green(Deactivation)→Rolling→Desiccation(Roasting)|
|Appearance||Leaf is flat, lustrous and sleek, straight with sharp pointed tips, with the length of within 2-2.5 cm. Covered with white fluff that is closely well set to leaf and is hidden; it is not easily seen and will unfurl when brewed.|
|Aroma||The dry leaf has a fresh grassy aroma mixed with slightly chestnut note.|
|Tasting Notes||The taste is brisk, refreshing, smooth, mellow and has a sweet aftertaste.|
|Teaware||Gaiwan(Covered Bowl), Glass Pot, Glass(Tumbler), Porcelain Cup|
|Steeping Instructions||Middle Steeping: Warm the teapot(cup,glass)→Add tea leaves→Moisturize the leaves with hot water→Add water to 70% full→Enjoy after the tea leaves sinking.|
|Storage||Seal tightly, store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight and odour.|
|Country of Manufacture||China|
|Packing & Weight||50g~500g/bag. Default packing with aluminium coated kraft paper bag.|
Mediocre Review by Wilhelmina
Don't understand why longjing gained in such a popularity these years.
Some people really should try more of other Chinese greens.
This tea not bad, ESGREEN always delivers a fine-quality tea. However, it is faded next to the other green teas I bought together. It's nutty aroma is deliberate and flaunty.
Anyway, I believe I will just stay off the longjings until it getting back to its own values. (Posted on 2/5/2013)
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