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Xihu Long Jing

7.25 In Stock

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This is the best-of-the-best of Xihu Long Jing tea (also known as Dragonwell): full and round with slight hints of a leafy summertime afternoon.

$7.25 - $54.36

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    Xihu Long Jing is the most famous Chinese green tea. The flat-pressed dry leaf is incredibly long and a lovely shade of light green. Infused, the leaf opens fully to reveal the two leaves and bud. It can be re-steeped multiple times  and stays yummy. Xihu Long Jing has become an office favorite. 

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  • Directions

    light buzz,
    1/3 cup coffee
    2 grams per lightly boiled water Steep without a filter and cover the mug for 5 minutes. Re-steep at least five times.


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