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Dragonwell

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175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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  • “The liqueur is a deep amber tone. There are a couple of leaves left in the cup. There is a smell of cooked grass, sort of like leeks, and a soft hint of caramel in the smell. This doesn’t seem...” Read full tasting note
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From Shanti Tea

A sweet, aromatic, amber liquor, with a lightly floral aftertaste.

Fresh green ‘bird’s tongue’ shaped leaves create a sweet, aromatic, amber liquor with a lightly floral aftertaste. This superior quality ‘longjing’ tea is from Jhejiang Province, China, and is the preferred drink for many leaders around the world. In fact, a certain percentage of the yearly production of Dragon well is reserved for government clients.

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The liqueur is a deep amber tone. There are a couple of leaves left in the cup. There is a smell of cooked grass, sort of like leeks, and a soft hint of caramel in the smell.

This doesn’t seem to be a super complex set of tones to this tea. That doesn’t make this a bad tea though, it is just a sort of basic tea.

The tea has a warm flavor to it. The feeling of baking is in the flavor of tea. It tastes of an oven, just after you have pulled bread out of it. There is also a hint of jasmine and rosemary. There is also a hint of sweet grass, sort of like someone lightly glazed the grass with honey. I really do love the taste of this tea. It is straight forward and simple, light, but not so light that I can’t taste the flavors. It is a nice balance for a green tea.

For more information and photos see below.

http://teasnobbery.com/2010/12/10/tea-review-dragonwell-from-shanti-tea/

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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