Long Ding from New Mexico Tea Company

NM teaTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy: New Mexico Tea Company

Tea Description:

The tea is bright and lively with a unique sharpness accented with bouquet and a slight touch of herb. The body is deep and long for a baked green tea. Its character differentiates it well from other varieties in this region and adds an unmistakeable breadth in the taste spectrum of Chinese green teas.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:

 

I have loved New Mexico Tea Company for some time. Their teas are fresh and vibrant. The packaging is fantastic and the art work on their packages is phenomenal. Everything about them is just brilliant and I have recommended them to so many tea drinkers, newbies and tea enthusiasts alike. They have a tea blend for everyone.

This tea I picked up some time ago, I think from a Steepster Stash Sale. I am always on the look out for new green teas to check out and just hadn’t had a chance to try this one until now. When I first opened the bag, I was in awe of the gorgeous longer leaves that filled the pouch.  I scooped a few spoonfuls into my tea pot and poured in the prepped water. I loved watching the tea leaves dance in the water.

First sip in and shame on me for not trying this tea sooner.  This tea is one of those green teas that give you everything.  Slightly floral with subtle vegetal notes and a buttery finish.  Just delicious. One of those teas that you crave more of and hate to see your tea pot empty. I’ve already drank a few infusions out of this first serving and I have to say each infusion delivers that same gorgeous flavor.  This is one of those satisfying teas that delivers on the flavor it promises.  This one is a keeper!

 

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