Authentic Mei Jia Wu West Lake Dragonwell Green Tea 西湖龙井 - MeiMei Fine Teas
Authentic Mei Jia Wu West Lake Dragonwell Green Tea 西湖龙井 - MeiMei Fine Teas
Authentic Mei Jia Wu West Lake Dragonwell Green Tea 西湖龙井 - MeiMei Fine Teas
Authentic Mei Jia Wu West Lake Dragonwell Green Tea 西湖龙井 - MeiMei Fine Teas
Authentic Mei Jia Wu West Lake Dragonwell Green Tea 西湖龙井 - MeiMei Fine Teas
Authentic Mei Jia Wu West Lake Dragonwell Green Tea 西湖龙井 - MeiMei Fine Teas

Authentic Mei Jia Wu West Lake Dragonwell Green Tea 西湖龙井

$ 175.20

 

Highlights

Mei Jia Wu is one of the five well-known villages that produce the world's most famous West Lake dragon well green tea. The beautiful scenery in West Lake, Huangzhou, China has given this tea a wonderful sensory experience as well as a romantic and spiritual appeal. 

This tea is 2021 pre-ming harvest from famous Hangzhou Hupao Longjing company. It is from the traditional local varietal called Qunti Zhong, which is widely cut down to grow Long Jing #43 varietal for greater yield in late 1990s. Whereas dragonwell tends to be associated with nutty flavors, this tea possesses the authentic signature nutty flavor as well as huigan (回甘), a great treat for dragon well lovers. 

Please note that the original pack shown in the featured photo only applies to the 250g purchase option. All other order sizes are packaged in our top quality resealable pouches. 

Additional Info

Origin:                       Mei Jia Wu village, Huangzhou, China
Varietal:                     Qunti Zhong, traditional local varietal
Harvest:                     Pre-ming, March 20, 2021
Plucking standard:    One bud, one baby leaf

Tasting Profile

This is exceptionally artisan made tea, has elegant floral notes, nutty flavor, very smooth and sweet that lingers in your mouth and nose.

Steeping Guide

185-190oF, 4g (2 tbsp) for 6-8 oz of spring/filtered water, adjust to taste, 1 minute, 3 steepings. We advise against the use of tap water as well as purified water.

To get the most enjoyment out of the tea, we recommend using a glass brewing vessel without an infuser, pouring the hot water first, adding the tea, and then smelling the amazing aroma and admiring the opening of the tea leaves.