Shi Feng Long Jing pre-Qing Ming

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  • “I found some of this tea in my cupboard. I remember ordering a small package of this tea at summer, appareantly I've tasted it once before. I feel bad of drinking this now, as this isn't clearly...” Read full tasting note
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This Shi Feng (Lions Peak) Long Jing was picked before the Qing-Ming festival. The tea is entirely handcrafted from #43 varietal bushes.

The flavour is fresh an pure with a slight nuttiness. The liquid is thick in the mouth with a pleasant qi.

In contrast to the many imitations and fakes on the market, this is guaranteed to be authentic Shi Feng Long Jing.

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I found some of this tea in my cupboard. I remember ordering a small package of this tea at summer, appareantly I’ve tasted it once before. I feel bad of drinking this now, as this isn’t clearly anymore at its prime.

Taste is interesting. Slightly nutty, with strong oily taste and texture, with some burnt notes. Has definantly been an interesting tea, now tasting slightly weird, little off. Leaves do look ok, although not as nice as one would expect of Shifeng Mingqian… Hard to say as I don’t remember taste of this fresh, now I tend to think that this isn’t probably what its claiming to be. Nevertheless, tastes good, longjingish and looks beautiful in a glass.

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