China Lung Ching

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  • “[AKA Dragon Well] ~ Very difficult to prepare (@ 158) so I can’t be sure it came out right, light and fluffy but very little to distinguish it, but what do you want for seaweed? ” Read full tasting note
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Widely known as “Dragon Well,” Lung Ching is one of China’s “Ten Famous Teas” eagerly awaited each March and April. Meticulously plucked, withered and pan-fired to perfection, this First Grade tea is a masterful achievement of the balance between bitter and sweet. A sunshine yellow infusion presents contrast. Water chestnut resounds and bitter plant undertones give way to a softer, sweeter hint of vanilla.

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[AKA Dragon Well] ~ Very difficult to prepare (@ 158) so I can’t be sure it came out right, light and fluffy but very little to distinguish it, but what do you want for seaweed?

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