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Here Be Dragons!

Longjing, which means Dragon Well, is a pan-fired green tea, which comes from from the area around Longjing Village, near Hangzhou City in Zhejiang Province, China. 403 more words

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Award Winning Dragon Well: Tao Tea Leaf

Well, aren’t I just like the husband who forgets his anniversary! Here I’ve been waiting to post on my 2nd blogiversary… which I thought to be January 6th… only to find I missed it by 2 days!! 407 more words

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Amazing Green Tea Long Jing (Dragon Well) - Jipin and AAA Grades

Amazing Green Tea is an online tea shop that sells a small selection of teas, and it introduced me to really, really high-grade fine green teas a few years ago. 353 more words

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Tasting Notes: Curious Tea, Ding Gu Da Fang

This is a really nice one. It reminds me of  Dragon Well, which would make sense as it’s thought to be an ancestor of that leaf.

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Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province

Sunshowers in China’s inimitable tea capital.

Without a doubt, it will start raining while you search for the aptly underwhelming Old Dragon Well, the namesake of Hangzhou’s most famous export: … 267 more words

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Tasting Notes: Jing Tea, Dragon Well Gold West Lake

This is delicious. I won (yay!) 10g as a gift addition to my order and I’ve been trying to ration it ever since, it’ so fantastic.

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Tea Review: Teavivre Premium Dragon Well Green Tea

  • Region: Shifeng Mountain, Zheijang, China
  • Year: 2015
  • Dry Tea Leaves: flat, long mostly light green tea leaves
  • Liquor: Pale Yellow
  • Brewing…
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