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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: … 110 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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Food & Drink

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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Tea Time at Reverie: Yezi Tea’s Dragon Well High Grade Long Jing Green Tea

If I had to pick a favorite green tea, Dragon Well would be my vote. I was fascinated by its unexpectedly full flavor and the distinct appearance of its leaves the first time I tried it. 1,003 more words

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saraletourneau reblogged this on Sara Letourneau's Official Website & Blog and commented:

Funny how I decided to review Yezi Tea's High Grade Dragon Well Green Tea while reading George R.R. Martin's A Dance With Dragons recently. (My review of ADwD is coming soon, btw.) And I think those fire-breathing wyrms and their brethren from other fantasy stories would approve of this prized Chinese tea. Read on to find out what makes Dragon Well so unique - in appearance, smell, and taste.

Tea Time at Reverie: Yezi Tea’s Dragon Well High Grade Long Jing Green Tea

If I had to pick a favorite green tea, Dragon Well would be my vote. I was fascinated by its unexpectedly full flavor and the distinct appearance of its leaves the first time I tried it. 1,003 more words

Teatimeatreverie

Dragonwell First Flush - a Rare Premium Tea for Spring

Welcome to Dragonwell First Flush – a story of tea that goes back over 300 years, when it was first created for the Emperors.

Grown in the city of Hangzhou in the Zheijiang province of China, the “first flush” of this rare and high quality tea signifies the first leaves plucked in the early Spring season.   241 more words

Traditional Teas

REVIEW: Premium Dragon Well Long Jing

Lately I haven’t been able to get enough of this tea. Its an example of a tea that I felt was “just okay” at first and then loved it after a few more sessions. 437 more words

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