Dragon Well(Long Jing)

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Green Tea
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170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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  • “Got this as a sample from Zen Teas today, and it's very good! Dry leaf: Broad and flat with a yellow-green color typical of dragonwell. Bold, grassy, slightly salty smell. Steep: Nice mellow...” Read full tasting note
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    tperez 105 tasting notes
  • “On first steeping, the tea had a nutty, creamy, and slightly sweet flavor. The texture was crisp with a lightness to it. The tea also had a very savory taste that was more pronounced with the...” Read full tasting note
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    legoman163 5 tasting notes

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LungJing produced from the West Lake of Hangzhouand and is prepared from young fresh buds during the spring season. The world’s most renowned China green tea also known as “Lung Ching” envelops the whole palate with a slightly sweet, very refreshing liquor. A classic wok-fired green tea, it has a delicate chestnut like flavour, captivating aroma, and a lovely yellow-green color.

Price: $20 / 100g
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2 Tasting Notes

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105 tasting notes

Got this as a sample from Zen Teas today, and it’s very good!

Dry leaf: Broad and flat with a yellow-green color typical of dragonwell. Bold, grassy, slightly salty smell.

Steep: Nice mellow green-yellow color, does not seem to get bitter if steeped for too long

Taste: Has a mild, nutty flavor with a slightly mineral background. Creamy mouthfeel. Very fresh and smooth tasting!

Reminds me of: Subtropical forest, sunny days

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On first steeping, the tea had a nutty, creamy, and slightly sweet flavor. The texture was crisp with a lightness to it. The tea also had a very savory taste that was more pronounced with the second steeping. There was no bitterness. Some of the leaves were broken, but overall, a great tasting tea and a good Dragon Well with a complex range of flavors.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 15 sec

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