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Organic green tea

 

  Specification: 100g/bag
Buy 1 bag = $30
   
  Specification:  1kg/bulk
Buy 1 kg = $260
   
Loose Leaf 100g: 30-40 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea
Loose Leaf 100g: 20-30 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of iced tea
   

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  Product information
  Art No: G001
  Category: Green tea
  Place of Origin: Hunan Province, China
  Manufacturer: YIYUANSTEA
   
  Brief description
It's organic green tea, natural and pollution-free
It tastes mellow without any additives
It is made by picking fresh leaves in spring
 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

   

   

Organic green tea is a healthy and fashionable high-quality drink with tight and thin appearance, high and lasting internal flavor, mellow and refreshing taste, bright yellow green soup color and even leaf bottom.

What makes it great:

Organic green tea is the tea planted by "organic planting method", and its products have been tested to meet the national organic food standards.

Organic green tea refers to green tea grown with natural fertilizers instead of chemical fertilizers.

The probability of metal and chemical residues in organic green tea is greatly reduced.

Organic green tea is produced from the delicate fresh leaves of organic tea garden in strict accordance with the technical specifications for the production, processing, preservation and packaging of organic tea.

Organic tea is a green food and beverage, which has the health functions of clearing away heat and greasiness, being clear and tidy, reducing blood pressure and cancer, preventing cardiovascular diseases, and prolonging life.

Suggestions for pairing with other teas

It can be matched with roses, lemon, sweet tea, osmanthus, jasmine, and rock sugar.

Product features:

Organic tea base: The organic tea base adopts the ecological concept of Zero agricultural residue planting, zero pollution treatment and zero hormone management

Dry tea shape: Tight and thin appearance, high and durable internal fragrance

After tea brewing: The soup is bright green, the tender buds are fresh, the aroma is clear and lasting, and the taste is fresh

Instructions:

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1-2 Perfect Spoonfuls of tea (about 5-10g) 475 ml (16 oz) of 85≧/185H water for hot tea or 295 ml (10 oz) for iced Steep for 1-2 minutes Sip hot or top with ice for iced tea
 

 
     
 

 

 

longjing green tea

 

  Specification: 100g/bag
Buy 1 bag = $30
   
  Specification:  1kg/bulk
Buy 1 kg = $260
   
Loose Leaf 100g: 30-40 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of hot tea
Loose Leaf 100g: 20-30 cups (8 oz/240 ml) of iced tea
   

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  Product information
  Art No: G002
  Category: Green tea
  Place of Origin: Zhejiang Province, China
  Manufacturer: YIYUANSTEA
   
  Brief description
It's green tea, natural and pollution-free
It tastes mellow without any additives
It is made by picking fresh leaves in spring
 

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

   

   

Longjing tea is famous for its "green color, fragrant aroma, sweet taste and beautiful shape". It is a good product with flat and smooth, straight and sharp, even and neat, green and fresh color, long-lasting fragrance and fresh and mellow taste.

What makes it great:

The appearance characteristics of Longjing tea: it is flat and smooth, straight and sharp, uniform in length and size, and green and fresh in color.

Aroma characteristics of Longjing tea: after boiling water, Longjing tea has fresh and pure fragrance of tender, bean or chestnut, and the aroma is clear and lasting.

Taste characteristics of Longjing tea: the taste is fresh, sweet and mellow, with a filling feeling in the mouth, obvious sweet return and long tea rhyme.

Characteristics of Longjing tea: the color of Longjing tea is yellow green and bright. the bud leaves at the bottom of Longjing tea are tender, even and bright.

Suggestions for pairing with other teas

It can be matched with roses, lemon, sweet tea, osmanthus, jasmine, and rock sugar.

Detailed introduction of Longjing tea

Longjing (Dragon Well) Tea is most famous for its unique fragrance and flavor; flat, slender strips of tea leaves in bright green liquid. Furthermore, Longjing tea aids one's health in many ways regardless of your age. It is used to deter food poisoning, refresh the body, stop cavities, fight viruses, control high blood pressure, lower the blood sugar level, and to prevent cancer. Hence, Longjing tea is regarded as the elixir for health and is widely sold and accepted all over the world. The name Longjing is from a small village on the Fenghuang Hill, in Hangzhou Zhengjiang Province. It is said that residents in ancient times believed that a dragon dwelled there and controlled the rainfall. As a result, people went there from all the surrounding areas whenever there was a drought to pray for rainfall, from as early as the Three Kingdoms Period (221-280).

Longjing tea is grown in the Longjing mountain area of Hangzhou, southwest of the West Lake. The fertile land is both rich in phosphorus and sub-acidic sand. This region prevents the cold current from the north and holds back the warm current from the south, thus the growing area of Longjing tea can be coated by cloud and mist for long periods of time. With such favorable growing conditions, needless to say, Longjing tea is considered the best tea in China.

The tea has a long history; more than 1000 years. Its earliest record may be found in the book named chajing, the first book on tea in the world, written by the Chinese expert of the Tang Dynasty (618-907), Lu Yu. Longjing tea was not given its name until the Southern Song Dynasty. Hangzhou as the capital of the country carried out further development in tea production. Knowledge of the tea began to spread and became known all over the country by the times of the Yuan and Ming Dynasties.

Especially in the Qing Dynasty, the fame of Longjing tea became widespread throughout the country. One of the most remarkable emperors of the Qing Dynasty, Qianlong, paid four visits to the growing area of Longjing tea, not only to enjoy sipping tea, and to write and sing poems to praise the tea, but also to watch the process of picking and roasting it with serious intent. He was so interested in Longjing tea that he named the eighteen tea trees in front of the Hugong Temple "royal tea". From that time forward, the tea became increasingly popular for everyone.

By the early 20th century, Longjing tea was witnessing its highest popularity in history. The Chinese government has made a great effort to promote it and introduce advanced technology in planting, picking and roasting of the tea since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949. Subsequently, a high quality standards system for tea grading was set up. All these innovations contributed to the standardization of the tea production.

According to local custom, the right time for picking the tea leaves is very short. The period between Qing Ming and Grain Rain (from April 5 to 21) each year is generally considered the prime time to get the highest quality Longjing tea. The brewing method we highly recommended is to put a pinch of dry, roasted tea leaves into a porcelain or transparent glass cup and pour hot water at about 85C into the cup. Sip and enjoy!

In conclusion, Longjng tea is famous both because of its good quality, as well as its historical interest and the cultural connotation it has endured. Chinese Longjing tea has not only the value of tea when it is consumed, but it is also the symbol of cultural values of China.

Instructions:

or

1-2 Perfect Spoonfuls of tea (about 5-10g) 475 ml (16 oz) of 85≧/185H water for hot tea or 295 ml (10 oz) for iced Steep for 1-2 minutes Sip hot or top with ice for iced tea

 

 

 

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