Green tea “Si Hu Long Jing”, also known as “Dragon Well”, is one of the most famous and valuable types of Chinese green tea. This tea is cultivated near Si Hu Lake in Zhejiang Province, China, and is renowned for its unique taste and aroma, which are formed by the perfect combination of climate, soil, and traditional processing methods.
The leaves of “Si Hu Long Jing” tea are distinguished by their flat and smooth shape, resembling the form of a sword. This tea is harvested in early spring when the young leaves still retain their tenderness and freshness. The brewed tea has a light green color with a golden hue.
The aroma of “Si Hu Long Jing” tea is exceptionally delicate and refined, with vivid notes of chestnut and fresh spring greens. The flavor is rich, smooth, with a slight sweetness and a refreshing bitterness that lingers in the aftertaste.
“Si Hu Long Jing” is not just a tea, it’s a whole culture of tea drinking, conveying the spirit of Chinese tradition and its rich history. This tea is perfect for cozy morning or evening tea sessions, helping to relax and enjoy each cup. It is recommended to brew at a water temperature of 80-85°C (176-185°F) to fully reveal its unique taste and aroma.