Very pleasant and mild. Neither overly grassy nor earthy. A little sweetness but not too much. Just about a perfect green tea.
“I'm a little behind in trying my Steepster Select teas for this month. This is the first! The theme this month was the "Year of the Dragon" to coincide with the Chinese New Year. This is a...” Read full tasting note
“Inspired by *TeaEqualsBliss*, I decided it was time to randomly choose some more teas from my box from *LiberTeas*! So this is the first of three teas... which I'm drinking while sitting through a...” Read full tasting note
“Uncharacteristically in the mood for a mellow tea today. This one was sweet, vegetal and roasty. Everything a dragonwell should be. ” Read full tasting note
“The liquor of this tea is a perfect green. It's one of the best smelling green teas I've had in a while. The taste is so smooth and fresh and light and satisfying. At the end of the tea pot you get...” Read full tasting note
Dragon Well (Long Jing) is the most famous Chinese green tea, named after the Dragon’s Well landmark in the West lake area of the Zhejiang, where the tea originated. Dragon Well is a pan-fired green tea that is flat fried by hand in large woks one small batch at a time according to an artisan processing technique that yields a tea with leaves shaped like the blade of a sword. Each spring, during the prime Dragon Well harvest, we select a unique quality that has a balance of fresh green and smooth toasted flavors. Rishi’s Dragon Well is mellow and smooth with a fresh bittersweet finish and roasted chestnut aroma.
The majority of our teas are organic and Fair Trade Certified. In 2009, we won 11 First Place Awards for Best Tea, almost double that of any competitor. Tea is our passion, it’s what we do best. We’re honored to share some of our favorite teas with you.
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Beautiful, classic Chinese green tea. I can’t get my family to enjoy Japanese green teas (my personal favourite), because their taste buds have been ruined by grocery store bought “green tea bags” their whole lives. But THIS, they love and can’t get enough of! It’s the Chinese green tea taste they’re looking for – but a million times better.