Green tea from China, ‘Dragon Well’. One of the most renowed china teas.
The best known, most popular China green tea,
Long Jingcomes from
It is known as “Dragon Well”. It has one of the best
reputations among Chinese teas. A must!
The tea grows on the peaks of the Tieh Mu mountains in Zhejiang
province. It can be recognised from the way the leaves are folded
in a tea leaf shape.
Colour: golden yellow
Texture in the mouth: astringency throughout the mouth. Plenty
of presence, lingers well
Flavours: acidic and slightly bitter
Aromas: vegetal and exotic fruit to start. A few burnt notes
[roast chestnut] with pronounced mineral aromas. A good finish in
the mouth with aniseed vegetal notes, like artichoke. A very good
balance between the aromas, texture and flavours.
Tea and food pairing:
Discover the excellent combination between Long Jing and fish
served in sauce, such as pollock, cod, rock salmon and monkfish.