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Green Tea

Chinese Green Tea

Looking for a refreshing green tea Chinese to help you power through the day? Look no further than our selection of green teas from China. Our green tea Chinese varieties include Long Jing Tea and Bi Luo Chun,etc.,both of which are renowned for their delicate flavors and aromas. Whether you're a green tea beginner or a seasoned pro, we've got the perfect green tea Chinese for you. So take a sip and enjoy!

Long Jing Tea

Also known as "West Lake Dragon Well" or Longjing tea, this delicate beverage is named after its production region-the Village of West lake in Hangzhou City.


West Lake Dragon Well tea is one of the most famous teas in China and it’s characterized by its green color, delicate aroma, mellow taste. The shape reminds us a lot about how we imagine dragon's body to look like!


Lion Peak (Shi Feng) Mountain is one of the five main production regions in China. It's located on top, overlooking all others with incredible views for miles around! The Longjing Village there has been producing tea since Qing Dynasty when it started out as just an ordinary village but eventually became famous thanks to its beautiful sceneries and rich history which you can learn more about at Tiger Running temple or Meijiawu County tourism office if that sounds like something up your alley too!"


West Lake and its surroundings have been home to some of China's most well-known teas for centuries. The superior geographical environment, good quality water resources that can be found in this area contribute much towards the growths on Longjing Tea which are said by many people around town being one if not “the best” types available worldwide!

The reputation of Shi Feng Longjing tea dates back to the Qing Dynasty, when it was discovered by Chinese emperors who favored this type.

Bi Luo Chun

Bi Luo Chun is a Chinese green tea that has been around since the Springtime. It's name literally means "Green Snail Spring," which comes from its tightly rolled leaves resembling those of snail meat and because it can only be harvested in Spring.

Bi Luo Chun, or Early Spring Tea as it’s commonly known in China is made from small feathery buds and leaves that yield a gentle yet full sweet flavor with high concentrations of antioxidants. This earliest spring variety possesses an aroma distinctive to its cultivation location on lake island gardens full flowers fruit trees during early blossoms season—the perfect time for sipping this soothing brew!