Organic Dragon Well

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Also known as Lung Ching, this Organic Dragon Well originates from Anhui, China. This pan-fired green tea has a smooth toasted flavor that is mellow with a fresh bittersweet finish.

Recommended Brew Time: 2 minutes 30 seconds
Recommended Amount: 1 teaspoon of tea for 8oz of water Recommended Temperature: 180 F

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6770 tasting notes

Yet another good offering from Butiki and it’s a mighty-fine Dragon Well! It has a slight buttered veggies taste mixed with a sweet-clean green tea taste! YUM!

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What is your favorite dragon well tea, by-the-by? (I’ve been looking for a good one that might explain why reviewers don’t like the sole dragon well variety I’ve tried!)

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4550 tasting notes

This is an excellent Dragon Well. The flavor is buttery and sweet. Very smooth with a light vegetative taste. Very clean and refreshing to the palate.

Nice!

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22 tasting notes

Long flat green leaves, that have a toasty grassy scent.

8oz/180F/2:30min

I like green teas you can steep more than once. This is a good tea for that. The scent of the steeped leaves is very grassy and creamy. It have a very smooth vegetal taste thats slightly toasty. The aftertaste is sweet and lasts for a while. As my cup cools the astringency is going up and playing nice with the sweet.

I highly recommend this tea and anything from Butiki!

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38 tasting notes

This is the first dragon well I have had.

When I opened the package and smelled it, I got vegetal notes, and a hint of toasty-ness.

When I sip it, I get a very clean vegetal taste, I would say a little bit like a snow pea or sugar snap pea. I might have used a little over 8oz of water (it might have been closer to 10oz), but this tea tastes very light, in a good way.

This is excellent. Very refreshing.

Preparation
2 min, 30 sec

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43 tasting notes

I enjoyed this tea. I would agree that it had a subtle flavor. I tasted buttery notes, and a very small hint of smokiness. I would surly recommend this tea.

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