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Imperial Wild-Growing Long Jing Dragon Well

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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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From Tealux

One of the Best Ten Chinese Teas

This is a rare Long Jing with strongest Chaqi from an abandoned tea field for over 30 years. It is directly purchased from the local tea farmer in the high mountain over 1300 meters high.

Picked only one time per year and never cut down the branches, plus the natural good environment, this wild-growing Long Jing enjoys the strongest Chaqi among other Long Jing, which can also be told by its big, fat buds than other Long Jing.

Imperial Long Jing appellation shows through in every aspect of the tea: brilliant green leaf buds, fresh floral aroma with hints of watermelon and spring grass, clear, perfectly smooth liquor with absolutely no astringency.

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So I brewed this one up at the same as my David’s sample just to see how much of a difference there would be. I was surprised! The Tealux leaves are bigger and brighter green. The dry aroma smell is sweeter and less vegetal.
Brewed this tea is less vegetal – it’s lighter tasting, with a bit of nuttiness. I’m not getting a bitter aftertaste. I like it, but now need to explore this type of tea a little more.

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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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A very nice and smooth dragon well

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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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