Chinese Green Tea - XiHu LongJing

High-end Tea of Shi Feng Long Jing Tea, ( Xi Hu Long Jing Tea)

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Good Teas From Great Mountain
Long Jing Tea from Mt. WuLin
LongJing is the name of a well, a temple, a village, and also a tea.The West Lake LongJing Tea is hailed the No.1 Tea in the world thanks to the unique growing environment around the West Lake.The West Lake of HangZhou faces the city in the east and is encircled by mountains on the other three sides. The western, southern, and northern mountains are called Mt.WuLin as a whole. Between the lake and the mountains are many famous historic and cultural sites. The most famous are the ten views of the West Lake,
The Title of Chinese Famous Tea 
The Longing tea is produced mainly in Mt.ShiFeng, MeiJiaWu, Mt.Wengjia, YunQi, HuPao, and LingYin. The LongJing Tea produced in Mt.Shifeng is known as S-LongJing.Longjing tea or Dragon Well tea is a famous variety of green tea from Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China where it is produced mostly by hand and has been renowned for its high quality, earning the China Famous Tea title.
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Chinese Green Tea - TaiPing HouKui

High-end Tea of Tai Ping Hou Kui Tea

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Good Teas From Great Mountain
TaiPing HouKui Tea from Mt. HuangShan
Tai Ping Hou Kui is grown in the western reaches of Huang Shan’s mountain range in three villages in the Tai Ping prefecture: Hou Keng, Hou Gan, Yan Jia. These villages surround a large lake that is kept full with a dam and sits at an altitude of 700M above sea level. Here there is big difference in temperature between day and night, a condition that is said to make a special flavor in tea. Humidity and fog from the lake create ideal moisture and shade for tea plants, and the area’s soil is dark and mineral rich..,
King of Chinese Tea
TaiPing HouKui has been produced since the beginning of the 20th century and is produced around the small village of Hou Keng (猴坑). It won the "King of Tea" award in China Tea Exhibition 2004 and is China Famous Tea.It is renowned for its "two knives and one pole": two straight leaves clasping the enormous bud with white hairs..
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