vacummed packed of 125gram each, total 20kg in one carton net
organic lung ching green tea
1, long jing, dragon well
2, bright yellow-green water color & high flavor
"Lung ching " is the chinese spelling of dragon well. It is the No. one of China's top ten green teas with a long history.
It is known for "four uniques": bright green color, sweet scent, full-bodied flavor, elegant shape. The flat and even appearance shows emerald color, bright and yellow-green water color, fresh aroma, mellow and sweetish taste.
Good tea should be made with good water and good container, so its flavor can be totally infused.
Some people use glasses to enjoy the beauty of the tea leaves rising and falling in the water through the transparent glass. Some people like to use the clay tea pot tomaintain the tea watre's beauty & simplicity, not stained with vulgarness.
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It is known for "four uniques": its green colour, mellow taste, fresh aroma, and beautiful shape.
The flat, green leaves produce a clear, yellow-green tea water with a slightly sweet, aromatic fresh flavour and a lingering aftertaste which is one of this tea's particular characteristics.
Dragon well tea contains more nutrients like amino acid,catechin, chlorophyll, vitamin C than other teas,which is good for our health.
2. Production area:
"Lung ching " is the chinese spelling of dragon well. In Chinese mythology,the dragon is the king of animals lived in the water.
Dragon well tea flourishes in the mountainous area where mild climate and plentiful rainfall are plentiful year-round.
Dragon well tea leaves are picked during different periods of time. Generally speaking, the best tea is picked with buds and tender leaf before April, Qingming festival, which is the most tender spring tea.
3. Infusion of Lung Ching:
Good tea should be made with good water, so its flavor can be totally infused.
Usually people use glasses to infuse dragon well tea because the beauty of the tea leaves rising and falling in the water can be enjoyed through the transparent glass, like the newly-opened orchid, the tea leaves extend their waists gently and slowly. It is no doubt an inspirational experience.