Elitea® Prime Quality Chinese Green Tea – China West Lake Dragon Well Long Jing (Longjing) Dragonwell Full Loose Leaf 7.1 Ounce (200 g) Bag

Brewing Instruction:

First steeping: Rinse to remove “snow” if needed. 3-5 grams of fine tea leaves with 6 fl oz. water (170-190° F), and brew for 3-5 mins.

Re-steeping:The leaves are good for 3-4 infusions.Add a little more time for each subsequent infusion.

Caffeine Content:Low

Ingredient:100% fine quality loose tea leaves

Shelf Life:18 Months

Storage:Store in a cool,dry place.Always reseal after use.

Product Features

  • Dragon Well tea is one of the most famous Chinese green tea. It is known for its unique shape and remarkable flavours.
  • Our West Lake Dragon Well tea is grown in the famous dragon well region in Zhejiang.
  • Characteristic sword-like shape tea leaves deliver rose-tinted gold infusion, which is smooth and light bodied.
  • The well-balanced flavour profile of the liquor suggests freshly cut grass and roasted nutty flavor, with a somewhat floral fragrance.
  • West Lake Dragon Well Tea is rich in catechins, carotene and vitamin, which can help to clear the free radicals to postpone aging, slow down skin oxidation reaction rate.

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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2 Responses to Elitea® Prime Quality Chinese Green Tea – China West Lake Dragon Well Long Jing (Longjing) Dragonwell Full Loose Leaf 7.1 Ounce (200 g) Bag

  1. B Patricia says:

    Amazing tea! 0

  2. Martin T. Nguyen says:

    Great Taste! 0

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