A reason to fall in love with green tea all over again.
At Yezi, we are proud to bring to you the finest grade of Longjing loose leaf green tea. Long Jing translated from Chinese means “Dragon Well”. Yezi’s Longjing consists entirely of unopened leaf buds called dragon sprouts or water lily hearts. These fine tea leaves are harvested in the first few weeks of spring by tea farmers who have maintained a fierce pride in growing the finest Long Jing for generations upon generations.
With the first brew, you will enjoy the distinct and powerful tastes that are not characteristically associated with green tea. You will sense the assertive notes of grass, spinach and seaweed that fill out the body of this ancient tea. You will roll your tongue in your mouth and you will contemplate. And you will know that the Xi Hu Longjing is a bold tea worthy of the fiercest dragon.
Last weekend I was visiting my cousin in NYC, and she offered me a cup of Dragon Well green tea. I drink green tea almost every day, but when I tasted this Yezi's high grade Long Jing, I was amazed with the quality of tea. Guess what, I just ordered the tea, and can't wait to get it!
I found this company on an internet search looking for a good Dragon Well tea and this grade of Dragon Well is one of the best I have tasted. It is also extremely fresh. I am one of those people that starts with a mug of tea in the morning keeps adding water throughout the day on the same leaves. It is wonderful with every steep.
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