Presenting the exquisite Ming Qian Not Long Jing, a tea that, despite its playful name and unique origin in Guizhou, rivals Ming Qian Long Jing from Zhejiang and provides exceptional value. This tea captivates with a brilliant and enduring flavor, making it the envy of many Long Jing varieties.
From the moment you inhale the dry leaf’s aroma, the sweetness of snap peas beckons, creating a delightful experience from start to finish. The liquor, an enchanting shade of green, shimmers with tea fuzz, teeming with antioxidants and natural sweetness. What sets it apart is its absence of bitterness, replaced by a refreshing soy nutty sweetness that lingers on the palate long after each sip.
Ming Qian Not Long Jing isn’t just about exceptional flavor; it’s a testament to lingering power, wrapped in a clean, mouthwatering mouthfeel. Savor the distinctive character of this unique and enticing tea that defies expectations and provides great value, especially when compared to its big brother from Zhejiang!