Longjing Dragon Well Tea, 100 g
strength of the tea:
country of origin: China (tea)
Longjing Village, Hangzhou Mountain, Zhejiang Province
48,33 % Finnish work included (at least)
One of the world's most famous teas that is picked from the Longjing Village's tea gardens in Mountain Hanzou in Zhejiang Province in China. Tea is also known as dragon well tea and when brewed its dradon-scale-like leaves give a tea that has a unique flavour. Brewed tea has a light green colour and fruity scent. In the tea can be tasted its growing area's particularly acidic soil that though in this tea produces a wonderful, naturally slightly sweet drink that is aromatic, straight and especially delicious.
Tea Shop Veiström's products do not contain artificial additives such as flavoring agents.
green tea (Camellia sinensis, China)
6 tsp/1 l or 1 g/1 dl
same tea leaves can be brewed 1 - 4 times
How do I get easily 0,5 liters of 80°C (176°F) water?
1. warm up 0,4 liters of cold water to the boiling point
2. add 1 dl of cold water
do not contain genetically modified ingredients
does not contain nuts