Organic Dragonwell

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175 °F / 79 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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Organic Dragonwell green tea, the world’s most renowned China green tea, envelops the whole palate with a slightly sweet, very refreshing liquor. A classic wok-fired green tea, it has a delicate chestnut like flavor, captivating aroma, and a lovely yellow-green color.

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Vegetal is an understatement. This tea smells and tastes like spinach. Yet, somehow, I kind of like it. I can’t imagine drinking it daily, but every once in a while, sure. I’m wondering if I can mix it with the rice water1 and replace a meal. =]

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175 °F / 79 °C 5 min, 0 sec
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RE: I’m wondering if I can mix it with the rice water1 and replace a meal. =] … just drink Gen Mai Cha:)

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Loose. Appearance: leaves are mottled light and dark green, in pretty, flat strips. They open into mossy green leaves when steeped. I actually prefer looking at the dry leaves because they are more jade like and pretty. Liquor: yellow chartreuse. Smell: nutty and vegetal. Taste: Dragonwell is probably my favorite Chinese green tea, and this is a very nice version. This taste is vegetal but sweet, nutty (a hint of the pan firing), with a creamy mouthfeel, and minimal astringency. It is smooth enough I can drink it all day. 8/10. (The Monkey King from Sky Tea I’ve also reviewed was probably better in terms of tea quality – I love the long leaves – but this dragonwell also gets an 8 because the price is nice enough it can be a regular presence at work.)

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170 °F / 76 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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My favorite Green Tea at the moment. Maybe it’s just the name and makes me want to go out and slay a dragon.

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So it gives you dragon slayer powers. Must be some good stuff lol! :)

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Have this about 3 times a week in the mornings, as soon as I come into work. Simple; perfect for everyday drinking.

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I like this tea as a daily drinker at work. I usually get 3 or 4 steepings out of it before I’m ready for some fresh leaves. I do my first steeping for 1:30 – 2 min @ 175 degrees, then 2-3 minutes for each consecutive steeping.

This is not a tea that I would go for as a treat, but it works quite nicely for something tasty and healthy at work.

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175 °F / 79 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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