Imperial Shi Feng Long Jing green tea-2010 spring

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Shi Feng Long Jing(dragon well) is the highest quality among all the Longjings from Zhejiang province.

In China, there is a territory divide on the Shi Feng Long Jing, Mei Wu Longjing and Xi Hu Long Jing and Zhejiang Long Jing.

Shi Feng Long Jing refers to the teas are from Shi Feng mountain, Longjing village and Weng Jian Shan village. Mei Wu Long Jing refers to Wu Xi, Mei Jia Wu villages. Xi Hu Long Jing refers to the Longjing is growing in the Xi Hu areas, excluding the Shi Feng areas and Mei Wu areas. Only the teas above can be named as Xi Lu Long Jing in general. And Shi Feng Long Jing is the best in its aroma and taste.

Zhejiang Long Jing refers to the Long Jing teas are from other areas in Zhejiang province.

This Shi Feng Long Jing is the pre-Qingming Long Jing, super fresh & chestnut aroma, thick, sweet taste. Besides, the tea bush is the old bush from ancient time till now; not the new bush, Long Jing No. 43. So its taste is thicker, and more infusability. Taste this Shi Feng Jing Long Jing, you will know what the authetic Shi Feng Long Jing likes.

Tea tree: Local old longjing bush

Harvest time: 2010 spring

Picking standard: One bud with one or two leaves

Shape: Tight, flat

Dried tea color: yellowish-green hue with massive tea hair

Aroma: fresh chestnut, and pleasing floral aroma

Taste: super fresh, thick, long-lasting sweetness and high floral aroma

Brewing vessel: Recommended glass cup to view tea buds displaying in the cup.

Brewing guidelines: glass cup; 2-3 grams per time (based on personal taste); the first infusion is 85-90C degree or 185-194F for about 2-3 minutes; then the second is about 3-4 minutes.

Brewing steps: first warm up the glass cup and pour out the hot water; second put the teas in the warm cup and rotate it gently and smell the aroma first; after that, pour 1/3 of 85 degree water into the cup, rotate the teas in the water gently for 10 seconds and smell the aroma; Finally pour the needed water to the cup again for the first infusion.

Infusion time: i)at least 4 times

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I just got the teas from my Shi Feng Long Jing farmer friend yesterday, and cant wait to try it.

Super fresh, floral aroma. rotate the teas in the warm-uped cup, sharp chestnut aroma comes up, makes me wanna inhale the aroma longer. Anyway, I cannt wait the taste the tea liquid.

Actually I compared two teas last night. Both of them are Shi Feng Long Jing, and are from the same supplier. The only difference lies in the bush variety. One is the Long Jing No. 43 bush; another is the Long Jing old bush.

First infusion; old bush enjoys much high floral aroma and thick & sweet taste.
No. 43, still good, but comparatively weak aroma and taste than old bush.

Second infusion; much obvious; old bush also enjoys thick taste, super sweet aftertaste.
No. 43, flavor is also pleasing, but taste has some water feeling; in other words, its tea liquid contains some water taste, because of lack of interior substance brewed out.

Third infusion; much much obvious. Old bush, still thick, sweet taste,
No. 43. a lot of water taste.

Fourth infusion; old bush, has a little water taste
No. 43. more water taste to cover tea taste.

So I am more difinitely sure what teas I need to purchase, and as always I am supportive of the old bush.

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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