Green tea is a type of Camellia sinensis tea that has had minimal oxidation during processing. Green tea is not fermented, unlike black tea, since the leaves are picked fresh and after undergoing roasting, they are pressed, rolled and dried.
Green tea accounts for between a quarter and a fifth of the total tea produced worldwide.
Known in Europe as “Lung Ching”, translated "Dragon's fountain", is one of the most popular Chinese green teas. This is a variety of pan-roasted green tea from Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China where it is produced mostly by hand and has been renowned for its high quality, earning the China Famous Tea title.
This tea has been produced since the beginning of the 20th century. He won the "King of Tea" award at the 2004 Tea Exhibition in China, and is sometimes mentioned as one of China's famous teas.