Do you love these green teas? “Longjing” of China Tea Green Tea Strategy

In Lin’an, the spring is warm and the beginning of the month is full, picking new buds and offering them to the earth. It is the season of spring tea picking and new tea serving guests, soaking a pot of fragrant tea to soak the heart and spleen, and even the favorite of Chinese people for thousands of years.

At the height of spring, China Tea Co., Ltd. (referred to as China Tea) has gathered the accumulation of years of deep cultivation of the national tea industry, and concentrated on the “Golden 30 degrees north latitude” area where the famous tea was selected. The high-quality products include all the holy places of Jiaming, bringing “old friends” and “new customers” to the new tea season for the majority of tea lovers.

Fan Chengda, a famous official in the Southern Song Dynasty, said in a poem: “There is heaven above, and Suzhou and Hangzhou below.” In one sentence, he explained the rare and prosperous land of Suzhou and Hangzhou. In the first part of the Suzhou-Hangzhou Green Tea Strategy, we evaluated the prosperous scenery of Suzhou and the Mingchuan of Anji. In this chapter, we walk down the Qiantang River and step into the fragrance of tea in Hangzhou’s “Dragon Well”.

The dew buds are carefully picked from Fenghuangling, and the jade is cut into the pot to take the second taste. In ancient poems, Longjing is a treasure that can only be drunk by “cutting the jade and pouring it out”. As one of the top ten famous teas in China alongside Biluochun, Longjing is produced in the mountains around Longjing Village, West Lake, Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, hence the name, with a history of more than 1,200 years. When Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty visited the West Lake in Hangzhou, he praised the West Lake Longjing tea and named the 18 tea trees in front of Hugong Temple at the foot of Shifeng Mountain as “Royal Tea”. After that, Longjing tea gradually became the first famous tea in China.

Selected among “lions, dragons, clouds, tigers, and plums”, the natural green mountains and green waters breed rich inner quality and high-quality West Lake Longjing tea. China Tea West Lake Longjing is flat, smooth and straight, with bright green color, fresh and high aroma, fresh and mellow taste, and tender leaves at the bottom. The Longjing tea picked before the Qingming Festival was famous for Longjing before the Ming Dynasty, and it was praised by tea friends as Erhong.

China Tea has always practiced the mission of Chinese tea fragrance to the world, and adhered to the development concept of “quality first, standard first”. In the early spring season, China Tea hereby carefully selects to launch the Longjing Pre-fresh series gift box. The gift box uses Longjing tea from West Lake and Shifeng production areas. Longjing is one of the top ten famous teas in China. It has green color, fragrant, sweet taste and beautiful shape. , the tea soup is fresh and sweet. In addition to the selection of raw materials from the core production areas, the newly upgraded gift box packaging is high-end and atmospheric, showing the texture and complementing the high-quality tea.

In addition to the Longjing series of the pre-Ming Dynasty, China Tea also launched the Longjing series products that are sold all year round, with a variety of series for consumers to choose from. The raw materials are taken from China Tea’s own premium raw materials from Yunqi production area in Hangzhou West Lake Longjing core protection area before Qingming, China Tea’s own Qiandao Lake production area and old trees planted in Longjing trees over 30 years old. Stir-fried, the soup color is green and clear, sweet and mellow, elegant and high.

China Tea has always adhered to the concept of “good tea in China Tea” to help a better and healthy life. Chinese tea, selected tea. Tea lovers, can you still linger in the “heavenly” delicious Jiaming in Suzhou and Hangzhou? While the entertainment is still strong, the sequel will travel from the prosperous places in the south of the Yangtze River to the mountains and rivers, and invite you to taste the fragrant tea in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River at 30 degrees north latitude. Please look forward to the green tea strategy “Chinese Tea Gyulu”.

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