A fine variety of one of China's most popular teas. When brewed, it yields a delicate, smoothly fresh taste with an invitingly sweet aroma. Our Long Jing is carefully picked in the early spring. Its leaves have a distinguished shape: they a broad and flat with a golden sheen, resulting from a laborious drying process.
Dragonwell, Long Jing in Chinese, is sometimes called the national tea of China. It tends to be at the top of any list of China's best teas, and was declared a tea to be sent as tribute to the emperor himself in the eighteenth century. It is extremely popular in China, and has earned great respect throughout the world.