Chinese green tea
Long Jing is a small area in China where the production of green tea is relatively small. Long Jing, which has also been named 'Dragon well', is also called China's national drink and is often offered to visiting state leaders. The hand-dried tea leaves are long and flat.
The tea has a pale light green color after extraction. Long Jing contains vitamin C and amino acids and also has one of the highest concentrations of catechins among the teas.
A soft and delicately sweet floral flavor.
Long Jing tea is made from organic green tea, and in order to obtain the most optimal taste and maintain the good properties of the tea as well as vitamins and antioxidants, the infusion time of 3 min. and 80 degrees of hot water are observed.
What is green tea
Green tea is what you call "the original" tea, the unfermented, natural product that, after roasting and drying, is heat treated so that no tea leaves are oxidized. It has an effect on the color of the tea which becomes significantly lighter, and also on the taste which becomes significantly lighter compared to the black tea. Green tea has a limited content of caffeine and tannins.