Dragonwell Organic Lung Ching

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  • “mmmmm thank you *cavocorax* for sending this my way. Though it looks like YOU need a few tasting notes on this one :P This is actually a pretty decent green as far as they go. Cavo sent this to...” Read full tasting note
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Lung Ching actually means “dragons well” as it refers to a well halfway up a mountainside outside of Hanghou, in Zhejiang province where this tea was originally grown. A true spring picked Lung Ching takes it’s slightly toasted flavour from being fired by hand in electric woks. This is performed in several stages so the tea does not scorch but takes on a light toasted flavour. This delicate nutty result is well worth seeking out.

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mmmmm thank you cavocorax for sending this my way. Though it looks like YOU need a few tasting notes on this one :P This is actually a pretty decent green as far as they go. Cavo sent this to me along with some other teas from murchies so that i could get a sense as to whether they’re a company for me. I’ve sadly never shopped there even when i was in vancouver/BC and I’m mostly not pleased with their almost total lack of sales and shipping costs within canada. BUT if i can try a few, i can pick some up when i’m out in B.C next :) My memory of this one is kind of foggy but i did like it. more detailed notes the next time i’m drinking it and it’s not power outage day lol

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