Xi Hu Dragon Well

Tea type
Green Tea
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Flavors
Green, Malt, Round , Tannin
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24 oz / 700 ml

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Grade: A+ – Regular
Production period: 2010 Spring
Origin: Xi Hu, China

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A slightly later harvest, so liquor is darker and the flavors more pronounced. In spite of this, astringency is still quite low.

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I’m not a big green tea drinker because I do not prefer grassy “green” teas, but I actually really enjoyed this one. While it is a distinctly green tea, the flavour was very full bodied and full of tannins. I found it similar to many yellow teas I have enjoyed in the past, which seem to have a lot of flavour tannins, yet are never bitter or astringent.

First steep: 7 minutes, 90 degrees C water. Liquid was medium amber and full flavoured. Surprisingly, I noticed malt, which is the last thing I expected to find in a green tea.

Second steep: I just let the tea bag in for at least 45 minutes, cold water. Liquid had less flavour and tasted a lot like a typical green tea. I don’t recommend using cold water to brew this, but it was my only available option.

Flavors: Green, Malt, Round , Tannin

Preparation
1 tsp 24 OZ / 700 ML
Kirkoneill1988

dragonwell is my most favorite green tea!

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