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Fresh Green Tea

Dragon Well - Long Jing Tea

Also called Dragon Well, the much-celebrated Long Jing variety is known as the king of green tea. Subtle yet distinctively flavoured, and golden in hue, our Fresh Green tea is sourced from unspoiled mountain-tops.

Product NamePriceQty
Fresh Green Loose Tea 50g
Fresh Green Loose Tea 100g


  • Aroma: Invigoratingly fresh, grassy and nutty
  • Tea Leaves: Flat, green and yellow
  • Liquid: Light green yellow
  • Taste: Vibrant and sweet, developing into nutty warmth
“The Fresh Green tea leaves are long and flat with a green/ yellow hue”
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About Fresh Green Tea


Our Long Jing - Dragon Well is sourced from Zheijan province. The unspoiled terroir is ideal for the production of this tea. The best leaves are harvested in the Spring and we exclusively buy our green teas during the Spring harvest.

Zheijan Province


How to Brew Fresh Green Tea

The fresh green leaves are delicate, for best results we recommend you pour the hot water on the side of the cut not over the leaves. If the leaves infuse for too long or the water temperature too high the tea may taste bitter.

1 Brew tea step 1

Heat water to 75-85°C

2 Brew tea step 2

Add 1-3 tbsp per cup of our pure loose-leaf tea per cup (250ml) of water

3 Brew Tea Step 3

Rinse leaves with heated water. Pour fresh heated water and cover.

4 Brew Tea Step 4

Let tea infuse for 1-2 minutes.

5 Brew Tea Step 5

Pour into a cup through a strainer or let the leaves settle at the bottom.

6 Brew Tea Step 6

Drink and enjoy.

Health Benefits

Fresh Green Tea Health Benefits


“Green teas are a great source of health.”

For thousand of years traditional Chinese medicine has used this tea for believed health properties.



  • Energy boosting / anti-fatigue
  • Anti-oxidants
  • Improve Immune System
  • Cancer Prevention
  • Tooth care
  • Longevity

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