The taste is herbal and slightly sweet, typically of green vegetables. It lingers a long time in the mouth.
The most prestigious green tea in China, also named Dragon’s well or Lung Ching. The leaves are always long and flat, easy to see among other types of tea. The perfume is very green (grass) with a mixture of sea salt. The taste is herbal and slightly sweet, typically of green vegetables. It lingers a long time in the mouth. It is exceptionnaly thick, you can feel all the essential oil comming out from the leaves. It shows the high quality. The brew is light yellow, a little greenish. Spring harvest 2016 that I brought back from China.
Not oxidised. From China. Infuse at 85° for 4 minutes in a classic teapot.
Sold in a zipped pouch. Put in the fridge to keep the savours.
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