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Finest of China’s green teas grown and hand-plucked near a spring outside Hang Zhou, China. Considered to be home to a particularly benevolent dragon. The tea grown in the spring’s vicinity has been praised for centuries by poets and emperors for its four unique qualities: singular leaf shape, jade color, delicious aroma and mellow chestnut flavor. It is said to cool and revive both body and spirit. Its jade green leaves create a brew that is clear and light.

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I increased the rating a little bit this morning. It is very pleasant.

165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 0 sec
Charles Thomas Draper

I love Lung Ching….


I wish this had a bit more flavor… can you recommend a really good one?

Charles Thomas Draper

well, I had a kilo from China that my gfs family sent over. Sadly it gone. It was written in Chinese. It was poetry in a cup. I have been drinking uptons superfine but it does’nt compare. I have noticed that this tea and most other greens are better when brewed in a glass with water that is way less than boiling. I don’t measure anything. Time or temperature or amounts. My next shipment to you will contain greens….


That’s a problem for me-flavor. Maybe b/c I’ve only had a couple standard grades. I like Lung Chings, just haven’t tasted one I’m Crazy about.


It is not my favorite in terms of flavor but it’s easier on my stomach than some other green teas.

Charles Thomas Draper

There is a reason it’s one of the Top 10 Teas in China….

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