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Green Tea

Fermentation: Non-fermented.

Growing Regions: Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangxi, Jiangsu, Szechuan, Hunan, Hubei, Guangxi, Fujian, Guizhou.

Harvest:  Spring, Autumn.

Most Popular Varieties:
  Dragon Well (Long jing) green tea.
  Bi Lo Chun green tea.

Green teas originates from China. Green tea is not fermented just like white tea. It undergoes the least amount of oxidation. The green tea plants are grown in rows that are pruned to produce shoots in a regular manner, and are generally harvested three times per year.

Shortly after the leaves are picked, they are either pan-fried, steamed, baked, or sun dried to avoid any oxidation and to get the proper color, shape, smell and taste. The shorter processing gives green tea a lighter flavor than black tea. As a result of these methods, maximum amounts of polyphenols and antioxidants are retained.

Process:  Fresh tea leaf → Kill Green→ Forming →Drying→Green Tea

Dragon Well Green Tea (Long Jing Tea)

The original Long Jing tea is grown in the longjing village in Hangzhou of Zhejiang Province for more than a thousand years. Longjing tea is harvested only once a year for six weeks in the early spring. It is the most famous Chinese tea and it is often offered to heads of state or to guest VIP.
Longjing tea gives you an immune system boost as well as treats all manner of digestive disorders.


Type : Green Tea
Name : Dragon Well Green Tea (Long Jing Tea).
Grade : 1.
Origin : Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China.
Harvest : April 2012.
Tea leaves : One bud and 1 or 2 open leaves.
Taste : Smooth, refreshing and nutty flavor.

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