From the eastern region of Hangzhou and its picturesque lakes and rivers, this tea is known as Longjing or 'Dragon Well' and is the most famous of all China's green teas.
Malty, grassy and refreshing, with a hint of nuttiness and a light, astringent aftertaste. The brew is the colour of rich gold, warm and natural.
Whole leaf tea leaves can be refreshed with more hot water when ready for another cup.
This is heart-resonant.
This is the promise of something new.
This is the connection to new life and to a life without fear, life of joy and expansiveness.
This is definitely a tea of growth.