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Dragon Well Bestsellers Bundle

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  • Dragon Well 5 x 50g bags of Dragon Well

    This delicious Dragon Well is grown in the hills of Zhejiang Province near Long Jing, the village where this famous tea originated. The green tea leaves are picked young and taken back to the village where the skilled tea masters use their bare hands to press them flat in a hot, dry wok in the traditional way. This arrests the oxidation process and ensures the liquor carries the notes of freshly cut grass, rounded off by a soft, nutty flavour.

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    Dragon Well is very significant to Chinese culture, and trying it is essential to gaining a true experience of Chinese tea. A real Long Jing can only come from Hangzhou in Zhejiang province. The intricate processing requires tea masters, generally over the age of 50, who press the leaves into the hot woks by hand.

    Dragon Well is renowned for distinctive flattened leaves, a strong aroma and a deep, long-lasting flavour. The yellower the leaves the better, indicating less chlorophyll and younger buds. Something about the wok-pressing process that seems to develop Dragon Well into an extremely rewarding green tea, with a richness of flavour that retains its intensity for a long time.

    Our Long Jing is grown by Kong Ming on the tea plantation that has been in his family for over 80 years.