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Signature Shi Feng Dragonwell Green Tea Long Jing Lion's Peak

Shi Feng dragon well is regarded as the best of West Lake dragon well, the cream of the crop. The beautiful scenery and rich history of Shi Feng mountain, or "Lion’s Peak", in West Lake, Huangzhou gives this tea a wonderful sensory experience as well as a romantic and spiritual appeal.  

This tea is produced and signed by the revered tea master Mr. Weng Bingquan, who is the founder of the trademark Shi Gong of Shi Feng Long Jing tea company. Hand-crafted and produced in late March, this is an exceptional tea in every respect. Whereas dragonwell tends to be associated with nutty flavors, Shi Feng possesses an elegance with its unusually floral fragrance and huigan (回甘), a beautiful, sweet aftertaste, as if one were comfortably floating backward in time to pleasant, familiar moments. There is little question that this tea is an exceptional treat for the discriminating connoisseur, and once you taste true dragon well, you will never forget it.

The signature packaging in the featured photo only applies to the 250g purchase option as the original pack. All other order sizes are packaged in our top quality resealable airtight pouches. 

$ 151.20
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Origin:                       Shi Feng Mountain, Huangzhou, China
Varietal:                     Qunti zhong, traditional local varietal
Harvest:                     Pre-ming, March 25, 2020
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.