Product Description

Organic Nonpareil Ming Qian Dragon Well Long Jing Green Tea

Growing area: Tiantai Mountain, Lin’an County, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
Season: Spring Tea
Harvest date: March 29, 2016
Dry leaf: Uniform flattened tea leaves, mostly bud with unopened tiny leaf
Aroma: Sweet floral, chestnut
Liquor: Pale yellowish green
Taste: Smooth, sweet and brisk; no hint of bitterness; aftertaste of this tea is pleasant lingering
Tea Tree species: Jiukeng tea tree species
Tea garden: Cangshan Organic Tea Garden
Caffeine: Low caffeine (less than 10% of a cup of coffee)
Storage: Store in airtight, opaque packaging; keep refrigerated
Shelf Life: 18 Months

     Tianmu Mountain in Lin’an, Hangzhou is the origin base of organic tea making and produces Organic Nonpareil Ming Qian Dragon Well Long Jing. Tianmu Mountain base obtained organic certification of EU, USA and Japan and is the strategic point at growing organic dragon well and green tea. Dragon well long jing tea tends to high levels of all the picking and production phases to meet all the required standards of organic certification. To have the tea leaves picked properly, the tea makers should have great skills. This preserves the natural flavor and freshness. The combination of advantages of organic tea and high grade tea are comprised in this dragon well long jing tea. Organic tea as well as dragon well green tea lovers will absolutely adore it.

     Provided by TeaLine, Organic Nonpareil Ming Qian Dragon Well Long Jing Tea is freshly picked before Tomb-Sweeping Day, which is a critical solar term in the agriculture of China. The good thing about Ming Qian (Pre-ming) tea is that it is seldom damaged by insects. The buds and leaves have great delicacy and tenderness. Its appearance is defined by emerald green in color and it is mellow by taste.

     The fresh buds are quite limited and slow-growing during before Tomb-Sweeping Day when it is relatively cold. As a result, only a few leaves are qualified for picking standard. Ming Qian (Pre-ming) tea is considered to be of top grade in comparison to those teas that are picked after Tomb-Sweeping Day.

Organic Certification

Certificate of Analyze by Eurofins

Recommend Brewing Guide

Western Method

Water : 17oz / 500ml 185℉ / 85℃

Use 3 Tablespoon / 8 Grams Tea

1 – 6 mins

Chinese Gongfu Way

Water : 3oz / 85ml 176℉ / 80℃

Use 4 Grams Tea

5 steeps : rinse,20s,40s,70s,120s,150s

Rinsing time is around 5 seconds

Uncover when brewing can have better flavor


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