|品牌Brand：||永合豐 雀石茗茶WHF Twin Birds||产地Origin：||浙江杭州 狮峰山 Zhejiang, China|
|品名Name：||狮峰龙井 群体种 West Lake Longjing||保质期Shelf Life:||18months|
|分类Sort：||炒青绿茶 Green Tea||等级Level:||特一级 Supreme|
|采摘Season:||清明前 Spring||Caffeine Level：||☆☆☆|
|Body：||Flattened tea leaves, with one bud andone or two leaves||Liquor：||Sweet and nutty, smooth and rich with slight vegetal undertones|
|Storage：||Store in airtight, opaque packaging; in cool, dry place|
|Brewing Method:||Tea cup||Chinese Gaiwan|
|Water volume：||12oz / 355ml||3.8oz / 110ml|
|Temperature：||185℉ / 85℃||185℉ / 85℃|
|Tea Quantity：||5 g Tea||5g Tea|
|Brewing time:||5 - 8 mins||5 steeps: 45s, 60s, 90s, 120s, 150s|
Longjing Green Tea originates from the mountains surrounding West Lake in the Zhejiang province of China. Today, Longjing Green Tea remains a specialty of this region even though it is now also grown in other parts of China. The leaves are hand-fired in a large wok immediately after picking and have an appearance of smooth flat green leaves with pointed ends, resembling a sparrow's tongue. The name was given according to legend of a dragon that lived in a well near West Lake Village. It is said that it saved the village from a long drought by bringing rain. Meijiawu Longjing Green Tea is pure and delicate, and has can be infused more times than other dragon's well green teas.
Lion Hill Green tea is actually a variation of Dragon’s Well Green Tea, which is known for their unique flat leaves with pointed ends. There are four variations of this tea: Lion, Dragon, Cloud and Tiger –each of which is grown on a different mountain. Among these four, Lion Hill is considered to be of the highest quality, providing the most fragrant and smoothest drink.