I’m not sure what vendor they got this tea from, but I bought it from a little tea and spice shop called Spices ‘n Such in a farmer’s market in Pennsylvania. I was surprised by this one. I really expected it to be disappointing as they didn’t seem to have the greatest selection of teas in this particular shop, but I was pleasantly surprised. The leaves, rather than being fragmented, were actually long and flat. The flavor was much different than the previous (and only other) dragonwell that I tried which was from Serendipitea. It was slightly toasty and nutty, a little bit buttery, and had a pleasant vegetal flavor. THIS is what I was expecting when I was let down by the mediocrity of Serendipitea’s dragonwell. I enjoyed this.