Organic Long Jing

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Green Tea
Organic Full Leaf Green Tea
Nuts, Nutty, Sweet, Earth, Grass, Lima Beans
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 15 sec 5 g 10 oz / 298 ml

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  • “Last of my January Steepster box! Woohoo! And I beat the deadline too. This green tea is a dragonwell and is a little similar to previous dragonwell teas that I have drunk. It is very vegetal in...” Read full tasting note
  • “My green tea taste buds are not very sophisticated, my black buds tend to run the show around here. So all I can really say is this a decent green tea. Nothing mind blowing, but good with my dinner...” Read full tasting note
  • “I don’t know why I don’t drink Dragonwell more often. I used to drink it, & various other greens, daily. I loved green teas so much that I included a line about them in one of my original...” Read full tasting note
  • “This is my second and final batch of Organic Long Jing from the Steepster Select sample pack. It’s perfectly fine, but not my favorite tea of this kind, so I will not be purchasing this particular...” Read full tasting note

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Our Long Jing (or Dragon Well) is produced by one of the most respected organic growers in Anhui.

Anhui, China

Tasting Notes:
Nutty and vegetal with hints of baked earth.

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24 Tasting Notes

2 tasting notes

Light, smooth and refreshing!

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72 tasting notes

LongJing always has a place in my cupboard, so it’s no surprise that I enjoyed this one the most from January’s Steepster Select; or maybe the Okubucha.. Can’t decide yet.

Brewed in the traditional Dragonwell method, I emptied contents into a warmed tall glass, poured in 180F spring sourced water and let sit until the leaves expanded and danced around the glass. I drank the glass 2/3rds and added more water to the remaining 1/3rd. I had maybe 5 infusions with this method, the last resulting in mostly clear hot water with very little flavour.

The aroma was nutty and vegetal, as described on the packet, and lasted through the first 3-4 infusions.
The taste was typical of Longjing, and I thought it to be delicious. The fact that it’s organic only made it better.

Definietly a great tea, and I’ve yet to have a bad longjing…knock on wood.

180 °F / 82 °C

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632 tasting notes

a wonder full dragonwell! IMHO long jing is dragonwell

when i smell the leaves dry, they smell roasted for some reason.

when i smell the leaves wet, they smell nutty and like sweet grass

when i smell the brewed tea, it smells like sweet grass

when i taste the brewed tea, it tastes nutty and like sweet grass.

many thanks to toad thomas for this amazing tea :D

Flavors: Nuts, Nutty, Sweet

Boiling 1 min, 30 sec 5 g 8 OZ / 250 ML

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188 tasting notes

Not the best Long Jing I’ve had, but none the less smooth; offering grassy, buttery pie crust flavors and a most pleasant aroma.

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518 tasting notes

I don’t know why, but this tasted bitter to me. I followed the directions on the packet exactly, so maybe I need to try a lower temp or less time….or both. I didn’t like it, but I could tell there was potential.


Cheri, what temp. did you brew it at?


I forget. Whatever the packet said to do it at. I’m pretty sure it was 180° but I don’t remember for sure. I have a nice bonavita at work now, so I know the temp was right.

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61 tasting notes

This tea has aromas that I associate with South Georgia during the summer. I am reminded of boiled peanuts and freshly cut grass. Given the rainy weather this might be the best choice I could have made for an afternoon tea. There is a slight flavor at the beginning of the tea that reminds me of dry-roasted peanuts. This is quickly replaced with a heavy vegetal and grass. Finally, there is a slight earthiness that is quite pleasing. It really is summer in a cup and a solid reminder of why Dragonwell is one of my favorite green teas.

Flavors: Earth, Grass, Nuts

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 6 OZ / 177 ML

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As I write in my full-length review of this tea – – this is a Long Jing that stands out among the many different Long Jing offerings that are out there. This is a really good Dragon Well.

Please click on the link above to read the review I wrote … it will tell you what you need to know about this tea.

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31 tasting notes

Very mild green tea with a nice balance of roasted flavors and fresh green notes. Nice finishing sweetness adds to a very easy to drink flavor profile. Very sweet, nutty aroma which is echoed in the faint almond aftertaste. A nice warm-weather tea. 8/10

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50 tasting notes

Just exploring green tea more, so not well versed in it. The leaves for this one were really cool. They were so perfectly shaped still, you would of thought that they were fresh and not dry. Nice pale brown/green flavor that you expect with a green. Taste was rather ordinary to me, plain green if you will. Nothing to make me remember it, but I did drink and like it.

180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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863 tasting notes

After the success of the Obukucha (SO bummed that that is only sold around the new year) I decided to order Japanese for lunch and make the other green tea in the Steepster box as a companion to it.

Dragonwells are easily my favorite Chinese green, if only because I find them very similar to senchas, albeit a touch more…nutty? Earthy? Something like that. There’s less of a salty ocean tang here – just vegetal green. Not necessarily grass, more of a spinach undertone. The liquor is a pretty light green, almost colorless, despite my longish steep time. Still, it does hint at broth – just not the seaweed senchas tend to evoke.

This one was good but there’s just less going on than there was in the Obukucha. A solid green tea that I could see as being well suited for an every day cup, though.

Flavors: Grass

175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 30 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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