spring harvest

Long Jing Report – Dragon Well 2013

by Jason Walker on April 3, 2013

in Chinese, green, Voices of Tea

For those of you who have been pining for fresh 2013 dragonwell (longjing) green tea, there is good news. I have worked with fellow tea colleagues Gingko Seto of Life In Teacup and Wangxl223 of 家住龙井村 to find the latest details on the longjing harvest. Funny how weather creates unexpected change. January saw about 3 […]


2010 Chinese Spring Tea Crop: Update

by Jason Walker on March 29, 2010

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View Tea in a larger map Wanted to share this news with you. Got an email from Jeff Yang of Hunan Provincial Yiqingyuan Tea Industry Co. Due to droughts in Guizhou, Guangxi, and Yunnan provinces there could be a smaller crop of spring teas from this area. This could have an effect on the quantities […]


What your tea is doing right now- Spring

by Jason Walker on March 12, 2010

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Do you know where your tea is right now? Several spring teas are in the pluckers’ hands as you read this. Others are sitting in withering troughs, or being contorted into their familiar shapes by the hands of master tea makers. For example, some Long Jing harvests are already under way. Mao feng, bi luo […]