Long Jing (Dragonwell)
Long Jing (Dragonwell)
Long Jing (Dragonwell)
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Long Jing (Dragonwell)

GREEN TEA

14 reviews

Pan-fired in a hot wok and flattened by hand, Dragonwell (also known as "Long Jing) is for many the most famous green tea. The best comes from Hangzhou, near the spring where a dragon was said to dwell. We prize its pale emerald color and slightly sweet, chestnut-like taste.

Tasting Notes:

Chestnut, butter, sweetgrass


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Regular price $30.00 Sale price $27.00 Save $3.00
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4.9 Based on 14 Reviews
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04/03/2021
Cindy T.
United States United States
Dragon Well for an afternoon lift

my son brought Dragon Well tea back from Suzhou on his Lincoln HS exchange program with Suzhou high school. Great tea!

RC
03/29/2021
Regina C.
United States United States
Delicious

This tea tastes so good. I find if u steep it just a bit longer it comes out perfect. Love it

PM
03/22/2021
Peter M.
United States United States
Excellent Cuppa!

The Dragonwell Tea is all I'd hoped it would be - tasty, mellow, and mysteriously pleasing. It's like tasting the secret, ancient knowledge of the Dragon.

SE
01/05/2021
Shannon E.
United States United States
Great Taste

This green tea is earthy and simple, yet with a full-bodied taste. When I want something simple, this is a great go-to.

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11/23/2020
Connie R.
United States United States
Wonderful Green Tea

This tea is great-very fresh tasting-a great afternoon treat :)

Ingredients

Full leaf green tea from Zhejiang Province in China.

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Exactly one-half the age you may reach if you drink Long Jing every day.

Preparation

For best flavor, bring spring or freshly drawn filtered water to 185 degrees. Steep 2 rounded tsp (2g) for three minutes while imagining that your cup is the Dragon Well.

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Long Jing (Dragonwell)

Chinese Green Tea

Traditionally pan-fired in a hot wok and flattened by hand, Dragonwell, also known as "Long Jing", is for many the most famous green tea. The best comes from Hangzhou, near the spring where a dragon was said to dwell. We prize its pale emerald color and slightly sweet, chestnut-like taste.

Hangzhou

Hangzhou is the capital city of Zhejiang Province in Eastern China. Long since seen in China as a center for culture, food and art, Hangzhou is also famous for Xi Hu, or its West Lake. True to its name, this westernly situated lake is a pure joy to jog around in the morning, where one can take in the scenery and watch the locals gather in groups to practice taijiquan, line dance, jazzercise and so much more. Long Jing is harvested from late March to May.