Green Tea with Osmanthus
Praised as the national tea of China, this legendary beverage – a.k.a Longjing – is renowned for its high quality. The tea’s history dates back to the Qing dynasty, where it was granted the status of imperial tea as it was often served to the Emperor. Some say this tea is best made with water from Dragon Well, one of Hangzhou's four top natural springs.
Aroma: Warm and malty.
Flavour:Crisp, fresh, sharp, yet very approachable. With an aftertaste that cools sides of tongue.
Ingredient: Green tea, Osmanthus flowers.
To use: 2g per 200ml water (80˚C). Steep 3-5 minutes.