Dragonwell Lung Ching Organic

Brewing Instructions

This tea is meticulously prepared by pan firing creating an excellent green tea with a long, pressed flat leaf. A refreshingly smooth, slightly sweet and toasty drink suitable for all green tea lovers and newcomers alike. Also known as longjing.

Ingredients: Organic Chinese green tea.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Ezcellent service

My order was received overnight which was unexpected. I was looking for a substitute for Lapsang Souchong which seems to be unavailable. I ordered Dragonwell Lung Ching Organic as the description interested me. It is quite a mild tea. It would probably go very well with afternoon tea. If I was a cake eater, I would be serving it with cake. I will definitely order again.

Very Quick Delivery + Great Quality Product

I am a connoisseur of Green Tea and have been spoiled on the years with great quality from a local tea supplier. I decided to try Shibui, having lost direct contact with my local supplier. The tea is exquisite and as good a quality as I have experienced before and very nicely packaged.
I definitely recommend Shibui - great price, great service and most definitely Great Tea! Many thanks to the Shibui team..

Delicious tea

Delicate, floral tea. Very pleasant. Would buy again.

Beautiful Tea

My favourite tea, delicate, tasty and a great great tea. Love the new packaging too.

Organic Green Tea

I’ve recently recieved my first order of Organic Green Tea from the company and I’m really happy with it! I’m not long back from a trip to China where I visited the tea plantation in Hangzhou. I got the taste for green tea there and your tea is exactly the same! Quick delivery too :)

Brewing Instructions

The table below shows the approximate brewing/infusing times for the different tea types.

It assumes around a 2.5 to 3g serving but it is not an exact science so experiment to find the perfect brew time to suit you.

It is best to use freshly boiled water - so if you've got some water left in your kettle from before - pour it out and start again!

Tea Type Approx Brewing Time (mins) Water Temperature
Black 3-4 minutes 100°C
Green 3-4 minutes 80°C
Oolong 3-4 minutes 100°C
Pu-erh 3-4 minutes 100°C
White 2-3 minutes 70-80°C
Herbal 5+ minutes 100°C
Rooibos 5+ minutes 100°C
Fruit 5+ minutes 100°C
Flowering 3-4 minutes 80°C