Looking for a good Long jing (dragon well)

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Looking for a good Long jing (dragon well)

by partybeast92 » May 14th 18 7:02 pm

Hey,

Im searching for a good quality Long Jing. I often buy from what-cha but their long jing is from 2017 and would rather want a 2018 harvest


Thankful for suggestions :)

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Re: Looking for a good Long jing (dragon well)

by DrJacoby » May 15th 18 5:20 pm

I second the Jing Tea Shop and TeaSpring suggestions, and also would recommend Amazing Green Tea--the tea is great and Julian is really passionate about it. The higher grades are on par with or better than what's offered by Jing and Teaspring, and the B grade is really not much lower in quality for a fantastic price.

https://shop.amazing-green-tea.com/dragon-well-tea.html

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Re: Looking for a good Long jing (dragon well)

by AndrewGC » May 30th 18 8:34 pm

Hey partybeast92 -

You might consider our zhejiang lung ching - http://www.adagio.com/masters/zhejiang_lung_ching.html

And our regualr Dragonwell here: http://www.adagio.com/green/dragonwell.html - is one of our most popular teas.

Teas from the 2018 harvest are going to be arriving soon! Hope you get a chance to try them!

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Re: Looking for a good Long jing (dragon well)

by Obritten44 » May 31st 18 2:41 am

I agree about jing and would also recommend seven cups tea's Shi Feng Longjing. It's pricey but I think the quality is there.

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by skywarrior » Jun 11th 18 9:49 pm

I second Adagio, but I also have to plug Lake Missoula Tea Company. Their peeps really go to the source and pick out some really high quality stuff. Here's the link to their Dragonwell:

https://lakemissoulateacompany.com/prod ... green-tea/

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Re: Looking for a good Long jing (dragon well)

by 12Tea » Jun 12th 18 8:08 am

In the past I've had very good experiences with Adagio dragon wells.

Also have a look at two grades from Teasenz, they seems to be both from 2018:
http://www.teasenz.com/longjing
https://www.teasenz.com/west-lake-dragon-well-green-tea

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Re: Looking for a good Long jing (dragon well)

by jqmatcha » Jan 8th 19 10:26 am

Our company and Longjing Village Tea farmers cooperation to ensure that is the authentic West Lake Longjing

https://www.jqmatcha.com/collections/green-tea

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Re: Looking for a good Long jing (dragon well)

by michael » Apr 17th 19 10:02 pm

partybeast92 wrote: Hey,

Im searching for a good quality Long Jing. I often buy from what-cha but their long jing is from 2017 and would rather want a 2018 harvest


Thankful for suggestions :)
The 2019 harvest Long Jing teas had started to arrive, and we invite you to try the revered SHI FENG LONG JING variety. It is fresh from Zhejiang, China, among the first of the 2019 Dragonwell teas to arrive this year.