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    Long Jing Huang Pao
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      Long Jing Huang Pao
     
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    Great tea. looking forward to more. As with all teas purchased here. I have found none that do no please and offer some new taste adventure.

    James (2/14/2014)
     
    Beautiful, sweet flavor with a slightly medicinal aroma. Great tea, though I wish it were loose, instead of in tea bags.

    Keith (11/4/2013)
     
    Lost for 300 years this tea has come to life again. Thanks for an excellent tea. Larger packs at lower price would be appreciated however.

    Peter (10/16/2011)
     
    When I bought this tea the first time, being a black tea I tried to use it for my breakfast and was not fully convinced since the way I brew for this meal this tea is not made for. Now after more trials I found this tea tastes best for me when brewed as a single infusion of 250 ml for the 3 g pack. The brewed tea stays in the pot for as long as 20 minutes and I pour the tea out little by little. The aroma is mild, however, the flavor just beautiful and increases with the length of the infusion. A second brew can be made even 2 days later with little letup in flavor.

    Peter (2/9/2011)
     
    This is perhaps the most interesting tea i have tried in the 2010-2011 period so far. I wouldnīt begin to know how to classify this tea, it isnīt black, it isnīt oolong, it has some green characteristics but it isnīt that either, it has elements of a sheng puerh to my palette, but again its not a puerh. It really is the indescribably strange tea, it starts off as something almost resembling black tea, but towards the later infusions 5+ it takes n the characteristics of a sheng puerh, maybe with about 5-6 years ageing. I canīt and wonīt describe the flavour because frankly much it it defies analysis every cup tastes monumentally different to the last, it really is the chameleon of teas. For brewing i treated it as a black tea and used my 250ml glass teapot. Infusions times were 1-1min 2-1min 3-2min 4-3min 5-4min I might try a 6 at around 8 mins. All in al a highly impressive tea with a character that shifts on almost every infusion.

    Dorian (1/14/2011)
     
    To say it first, the best part of this tea is the color of the brew. It took me several attempts to get the brewing right and I came up now with the following: first and second steeping of 250 ml each for 2 min, third and last another 250 ml a 4 min washout. Aroma is kind of faint and the flavor subtle yet distinct. I found as well drinking this tea hot, they way I like my black teas for breakfast diminishes the flavor. It is a good tea but would not qualify for my breakfast the only time when I have black tea.

    Peter (4/26/2010)
     
    Average pu erh look, scent and taste. At the price, I cannot recommend this tea.

    Christopher (11/21/2009)
     
    This is some pretty good tea much like a well aged puerh.

    Robert (2/22/2009)
     
    Very good tea, in handy prefabriced sachets, but still lose tea. One sachet is precisily enough to put in your tea-egg or lose in your teapot for one pot of tea.

    Annemarie (12/3/2008)
     
    I usually like green tea. Since the name of this tea is Long Jing, I thought I would give it a try. This tea is dark in colour, unlike ohter Long Jing Iīve tried. It has a pleasant flavour. I recommend trying this tea though it is slightly expensive. I steeped it for a few minutes and I did not add milk.

    Beady (11/5/2008)
     
    A wonderfully sweet and sour tea. It reminds me of much more expensive aged oolong.

    Gary (10/26/2008)
     
    Different tea. Very complex and smooth taste. Not bad.

    William (6/4/2008)
     
    Very interesting taste. Sweet but nothing to compare-Try it! You will not regret. Jiri Holoubek, Vsetaty - The Czech Republic.

    Jiri (5/5/2008)
     
    Like all of TeaSpringīs green tea selections, this is a very good tea.

    Gerald (4/14/2008)
     
    Wonderful. Fresh, sweet luxurious long jing - I want to drink it all quickly while it is fresh and at the same time save it for as long as possible so I am not without it.

    Gary (1/27/2008)
     
    very good tea. extremely unique. I didnt find it reminescent of pu-erh which is a good thing for me. A completly new tea tasting experience

    Sergio (11/15/2007)
     
    I only ordered the 3 pack this time round, as soon as I tasted it again I knew I should have ordered more. Not an everyday tea but a wonderful change for the taste buds.

    Gary (10/2/2007)
     
    Another exelent find! Something between FengHuangDanCong and Shu Puerh.

    Armandas (8/21/2007)
     
    Slightly sour, slightly strange. This is a very interesting and unusual tea that I will order again. There are definite comparisons with shupu to be made but the sourness and complexity makes for a more intriguing liquor.

    Gary (6/27/2007)
     
    Good

    Markov (3/5/2007)
     
    What a wonderful tea in fun little packets! I can drink this tea all day long; very mild with a great taste.

    Andrew (11/11/2006)
     
    Very fruity taste. New and unknown taste. Lasts for 4 infusion minimum. Give it a try.

    Kim (10/11/2006)
     
    I quite like this tea. It has a unique aftertaste that I quite like and the liquor is as good as any black tea that I have tasted. After I use up what I have, I will reorder this.

    Jeff (9/28/2006)
     
    Another exelent find! Something between FengHuangDanCong and Shu Puerh.

    Armandas (8/7/2006)
     
    I like the new package, keeping the tea fresh. But for portion, I have pick the right cup to brew. Again, it is amazing to find so many good tea from Tea Spring. The tea is in between drinkg green tea and oolong. Best of both worlds.

    Chung (5/21/2006)
     
    I am glad this tea was found again after some time. I do appreciate the smooth characteristics of pu-erh combined with the tart sensation. This is a very relaxing brew that I enjoy sipping slowly. On a side note, I found this is a tea that should be cared for in brewing. Do not allow it to steep for too long.

    Brian (4/23/2006)
     
    I didn’t think any tea could have such an acidic taste. I think that part of it is nice. Alot like pu-erh in some ways but not in others. However, it has such an unusual taste to it, I think it will take some getting used to.

    Silas (4/22/2006)
     
    Used a Purple Clay cup to brew the tea. It has a sweet taste and on the nutty side. Properly will enjoy the fresh dragon well better.

    Chung (4/6/2006)
     
    The desription for this tea says it’s a re-discovery, and I am happy that happened. The tea is tart, fruity, sweet, and fun. Note: It arrives in little 2gram cellophane packets, so if it *does* improve with aging, I’m wondering if I should rip them all open and store them in a Yixing canister. No matter--I probably will be unable to refrain from drinking it all up. One little packet seems to work just great in a 4oz gaiwan. I highly recommend it.

    Gerald (3/14/2006)
     


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