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Shi Feng Long Jing 2008

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Edit tea info Last updated by Ken Durocher
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185 °F / 85 °C 8 min or more

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  • “My good friend Ben sent me some of this tea from Seven Cups, and it's FANTASTIC. I love Long Jing, and this is some of the best. This comes from the original Long Jing bushes near the Dragon Well...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Ah just drank de 2013 version of dis hurr tea, and it was delightful! Notes o' roasted chessnuts and kane suga'. Very sweet finish, and ah got lahk 4 steepins outta it. Hardly got bitter wid a...” Read full tasting note
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From Seven Cups

Shi Feng Long Jing, 2008.

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My good friend Ben sent me some of this tea from Seven Cups, and it’s FANTASTIC. I love Long Jing, and this is some of the best. This comes from the original Long Jing bushes near the Dragon Well (where the tea gets it’s name) and it has a very fruity, almost creamy smell. The infusion is sweet and kind of creamy as well, and even sitting in a gaiwan it doesn’t get very bitter. It’s a very expensive tea, but nice to have for special occasions.

caustiq

FANTASTIC tasting note.

Seriously, will add this to my wish list, though.

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Ah just drank de 2013 version of dis hurr tea, and it was delightful! Notes o’ roasted chessnuts and kane suga’. Very sweet finish, and ah got lahk 4 steepins outta it. Hardly got bitter wid a temperture of ’bout 190F. Dis be some good ol tea from Zhejiang China!

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 8 min or more
Bonnie

Why the fake accent here in Colorado? Some people might find it off-putting. Anyway…I’m here and know fake accents written down (should say dialects) take effort. Kudos for effort.
Having African-Americans in my family, your dialect mirrors some old ad’s from early last century that have such dialect for Snow Drift flour…biscuits made by the maid, and Uncle Ben’s rice.
Not to my liking if you intend to make fun.

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