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China, Zhejiang Hangzhou

Longjing is known as the ‘Queen of Green Tea’ – and was the tea favoured by royalty during the Qing Dynasty. Produced mostly by hand for more than 1200 years, Longjing is celebrated for its emerald green colour, sweet taste, beautiful shape and rich fragrance. Longjing village is situated Hangzhou in China’s Zhejiang province – which has a moderate climate and high altitude, perfect for the production of tea. Humidity rules. The misty fields are nourished by low fogs and running streams. The leaves are picked and roasted on the same day, and the roasters use their bare hands to feel the heat and dryness of the leaves as they roast.