Fresh Green - Long Jin (High Grade Premium Green Tea)

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175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 15 sec

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Fresh Green – Long Jin

Long Jin tea is also known as Dragon Well and is often called the national drink of China. It is probably the most well known green tea produced in China.

When brewed, this green tea produces a yellow-green colour, giving off a distinct but subtle aroma with a great taste. It is incomparably better than the beverage produced from cheaper green tea bags.

Pack size: 50g

Servings: 50 cups or more. Full instructions on how to prepare the perfect cup of tea inside each box

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In Nature continues to amaze me!!!

Dry Leaf Scent: EXTREMELY Buttery…very nice!
Post infusion Scent: Still buttery, but a different kind of buttery…and green tea…

COLOR: pale but pretty yellow

Taste: The Purest of Pure! Extremely CLEAN. A nice even Green Tea Taste…not bitter or grassy…semi-sweet.

I really like this…one of the best “Dragon Wells” I have had so far!

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Thank you to TeaEqualsBliss for sending me this tea to try!

The flavor is very fresh and sweet. It has a very buttery taste to it. There are light floral notes, very subtle fruit notes and even a hint of nutty flavor to it – a very complex tea for having only steeped it for 1 minute!

Delightful!

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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Thanks to Ian for a generous sample of this!

Buttery and sweet and fresh. This is the perfect tea for today. It’s a light yellow with lots of butter in the scent, and the taste is just /barely/ a little vegetal. It’s not overwhelmingly seaweed-ish or spinach-y, but it’s there. I’m also getting notes of almond towards the end of the sip. Thank God for good tea. Today has just been… awful. And it’s not even 2pm.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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