Long Jing Green Tea is specially pan-fried by hand from young, tender leaves of the early spring. Its distinctly fresh sweet taste places it among the most delightful of all green teas. The dried leaves are jade green colour, smooth and appear to be sword blades in shape. Tea steeped is clear yellow in colour with fresh and mellow taste. It is attributed with the properties of neutralizing the effect of grease, improving mental and physical performance.
Hangzhou White Chrysanthemum originates from Tongxiang of Zhejiang Province, China. Traditionally, it is used to make tea which enjoys the same status as the widely-acclaimed Long Jing Green Tea. Tai Ju Wang / baby chrysanthemum (literally, the superior young chrysanthemum buds) are the top-graded Hangzhou White Chrysanthemum. When steeped in boiling water, the buds open up and unfurl into translucent white petals. This is accompanied by an elegant aroma, prompting drinkers in the days of old to describe these superior chrysanthemum buds as “lucid jade of a thousand layers”. This goes to illustrate just how wonderful it is in terms of appearance, aroma and flavor. Rich in Luteolin, amino acids and trace vitamins, Tai Ju Wang (baby chrysanthemum) is perfect for today’s hectic lifestyle. Frequent consumption will prevent internal heat and improve our vision, calm our nerves and promote general health.