|China - Dragonwell / Longjing|
|High quality, internationally reknowned tea lovingly processed by hand.|
The Chinese Tea Culture Research Centre lists The Ten Great Chinese Teas, and Xi Hu Longjing tea is the most internationally known famous Chinese green tea on this official list. The Chinese name, Longjing, translates literally as Dragon Well - a water well in which the rainwater floating on top of the well water takes on the image of a traditional Chinese Dragon. Grown in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, Dragonwell tea is pan-fried to stop the fermentation process and has a uniquely flat appearance. Longjing is produced by hand is renowned for its high quality. Longjing is typically referred to as China's national drink. Dragonwell tea contans Vitramin C and amino acids and possesses one of the highest concentrations of catechins. The steeped tea produces a greenish-yellow color with a rich flavor and a pure yet gentle aroma.
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