Dragon Well

One of China’s most famous teas. sweet and roasty with a medium body
Low Caffeine
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  • NO PESTICIDES
  • NO "NATURAL" OR ARTIFICIAL FLAVORS
  • NO CHEMICALLY ENHANCED TEABAGS
  • NO GMO'S

TASTING NOTES:

Hand pressed leaves are emerald green and airy. A savory aroma of freshly grilled spring vegetables. A fresh taste of crisp snow peas and thinly sliced cucumber and swiss chard chard with a finish of roasted walnut.

Dragon Well is so well respected in China that it has been the tea of choice for their Emperors for over 1200 years and was the tea served to Richard Nixon during his historic trip to China in the 1970's.

INGREDIENTS:

Organic Lung Ching tea

Why This Tea is Great:

Dragon Well is the standard in which all Chinese Green Teas are measured
Flat spear-like leaves that are hand fired on a hot wok
Quite savory for a Green Tea
Classic “Green Tea” flavor

HOW TO MAKE IT:

Bring fresh, filtered water to 180°F
Pour over your tea leaves in a teapot (1 spoonful of 
tea per serving)
Steep 2 minutes
Stir, strain and enjoy!

WHO WILL LOVE IT:

People who love a roasted style Green Tea
Chinese Tea Lovers
Those who love charcoal grilled veggies

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However, there is a catch. We only request that you give the loose tea to another friend or tea drinker.Our feelings are that even though you may not like a tea for whatever reason, there is a good chancethat someone you know will. This way you not only get your money back, but you can also brighten afriend, family member or colleague’s day with some delicious loose tea!

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Hand pressed leaves are emerald green and airy. A savory aroma of freshly grilled spring vegetables. A fresh taste of crisp snow peas and thinly sliced cucumber and swiss chard chard with a finish of roasted walnut. Dragon Well is so well respected in China that it has been the tea of choice for their Emperors for over 1200 years and was the tea served to Richard Nixon during his historic trip to China in the 1970's.

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