1.Xihu Long jing tea is famous green tea, rich in antioxidants, vitamin C and amino acids all working to improve your health, such as relieve fatigue, improve concentration, boost metabolism, weight loss ,detox,purify blood vessels and lower cholesterol.relieve fatigue, improve concentration, boost metabolism, purify blood vessels and lower cholesterol.
2.The accurate definition of authentic Longjing refers to the Longjing tea grew in the West Lake area in Hangzhou China.We can provide direct mail service from Hangzhou to make sure our green tea is real dragon well green tea loose leaf.
3.We only sell 2021 mingqian tea.
4.Our tea masters are dedicated to traditional craftsmanship which is known as pan-roasted, highly skilled shaping in a hot wok so that our fine Dragonwell green tea has strong fragrance, sweet flavor and elegant form.
5.Superior and First grade are suitable for tea connoisseurs or people who pursue high quality of xihu longjing green teaÂ¡Â¯s color, flavor, taste and form. Second Grade is suitable for common tea drinkers.form. Grade two is suitable for common tea drinkers.
JQ tea has been committed to creating the most flavorful and healthy cup of tea.
We source the highest quality herbs, teas and botanicals,like our High quality Longjing Loose leaf Tea cultivated in the Longjing village, Xihu district, Hangzhou and our golden, Chrysanthemum grown in the fields of tongxiang china
We are devoted to constantly improve our production of tea with a superior taste and other fine properties while ensuring the safety and wellbeing of our customers. We also try to contribute to a healthy life for our customers and their peace of mind.
JQ Tea Plantation
Hangzhou West Lake Longjing green tea originated 1200 years ago, representing the highest quality of Chinese green tea. JQ Tea plantation ï¼ located in the mountainous area of Longjing Village near the West Lake. The unique natural environment and climatic conditions of the region form the unique quality and flavor of Longjing tea. Since the Tang Dynasty, the Longjing green tea planted in this area has enjoyed a high reputation, and it is also the representative of Chinese green tea culture.
Authentic from Hangzhou
Authentic from Hangzhou
Authentic Hangzhou producing area
Authentic from Hangzhou
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Longjing tea, growing in the mountains around the West Lake in Hangzhou, has a unique quality, which is formed by growing under special soil and climate conditions and unique processing technology adopted.
High quality fresh leaves
It is first-class loose leaf with tender leaves. It consists of one leaf and one bud, and the tea is rich in fragrance.
Authentic Hangzhou Longjing green tea. / Pre-Ching Ming Tea needs to be picked before the annual Qingming Festival. Fresh leaves are most tender at this time, so the finished products are rich in aroma and beautiful in shape
Experienced tea experts stir fry the tea leaves in an iron pan only by hands.
When processing the high-grade West Lake Longjing tea, experienced tea experts stir fry the tea leaves in an iron pan only by hands. The ten techniques of stir frying are ingenious and profound. In the process of stir-frying, the tea experts adjust the power of hand-frying flexibly according to the size of fresh leaves, the degree of tenderness and the shape of the green tea in the pot. Only skilled masters can stir the Longjing tea with excellent color, aroma, taste and shape.
Why Drink Tea? From delighting your taste buds to enhancing your health routine.
You probably have your own list of reasons for loving a freshly steeped hot tea on a cold winter's day, or enjoying a glass of refreshing iced tea as a summer treat.
It's no secret that drinking tea regularly may provide a host of benefits. Most tea contains polyphenol catechins, which is a powerful antioxidant. The moderate amount of caffeine in most teas can also give you an early-morning or mid-afternoon boost, and help with concentration.
Why Drink Tea? Antioxidants in Tea
The term 'antioxidants' is frequently thrown around by health enthusiastsâit's become an integral part of nutritional vocabulary, appearing on food labels and in commercials. We all know that antioxidants are good for us, but few people actually understand why.
The Mayo Clinic defines antioxidants as "substances that may protect your cells against the effects of free radicals." Free radicals result from exposure to certain environmental toxins. While it's not always possible to avoid free radicals, consuming foods and beverages high in antioxidants can reduce their impact.
Why Drink Tea? Healthy Dietï¼Stress Relief
Drinking tea daily may help you to reach your ultimate goal. Tea is naturally calorie-free (unless, of course, you add sugar and cream), which means you don't need to worry about adding liquid calories to your diet.
Face it: today's world is jam-packed with stress. Over time, the stress of simply getting through each day can add up, eventually leading to health problems. An easy way to relieve stress in a matter of minutes: sit down with a nice cup of tea. The act of drinking tea can be calming, making it easier to take a breath and let all your worries float awayâor, at least, to calm yourself before moving on with the rest of your day.
Why Drink Tea? A Large Variety of Flavors
Whether you want a pure green or black tea, or you love the zing of peppermint or lemongrass, youâll find something to please your palate with Teatulia's extensive line of teas.
For many Teatulia lovers, tea is more than just a drinkâit's an integral part of their lives. And JQ Tea strives to give tea drinkers the best experience we can, from start to finish. Choosing JQ Tea gives you a chance to drink well.
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Brew the Perfect Cup of Tea
Choose the right tea set
It is recommended to brewing green tea with porcelain bowls and glassware.You can appreciate the shape and the color of tea leaves in water through the glass or porcelain bowls.
The key to brewing good Tea. Water is the key.
If the water is not good, it will severely affect the taste of tea. It is recommended to make tea with mountain spring water, followed by mineral water or pure water. As tap water contains chlorine, it will affect the aromas and the taste of Longjing tea.
Brewing temperature and time
Once the water reaches the appropriate temperature, it should be poured immediately onto the tea leaves to allow the best brew. Check the pack or the table below for brewing times as this varies between blends. When brewing, cover the teapot with a tea cosy to keep the heat in. When your tea is done steeping, immediately remove the tea bag and lightly stir.