A delicious roasted green tea that was once reserved only for the Emperors of China, but now considered to be the world’s most famous green tea. The leaves have a unique flat shape, and deliver a complex, slightly-grassy and toasted flavour.
Our Longjing is grown in the hills surrounding the tea-famous city of Hangzhou, in China's Zhejiang Province. The leaves, picked at the start of spring time, are taken in small quantities into a wok-like pan where they are heated up and pressed to the bottom of the pan.
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Infuse 1 teaspoon (around 2 grams) in 85°C water for 3-5 minutes.
We package all of our teas in resealable bags made of wood pulp starch. When placed in a composting environment, they will break down to compost within 3 months.