Dragon Well

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190 °F / 87 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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  • “Had this tea as a part of the sample set, so I am not sure what grade it was (as the website features several), but it was a great tasting tea. Not a hint of bitterness, just pure nuttiness (almost...” Read full tasting note
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    daniil 69 tasting notes
  • “I had this tea yesterday. I took it in my Timolino. Don't know why I made that crazy decision since the Timolino is not the best thing to brew and drink tea in. I usually stick to mildly...” Read full tasting note
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    Ubacat 226 tasting notes
  • “Backlog note: I had a cup of this at Tao's last night, and here's what I remember: - this was the Premium Shi Feng variety of Dragon Well - long, thin, bright green leaves; very fresh-looking -...” Read full tasting note
    cvasilevski 489 tasting notes

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Dragon well is one of the most famous teas in China. Our USDA certified organic dragon well is made using very fine leaves which harvested in the very early days of spring tea.

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Had this tea as a part of the sample set, so I am not sure what grade it was (as the website features several), but it was a great tasting tea. Not a hint of bitterness, just pure nuttiness (almost milkiness), mellowness and deliciousness. Dragon Well is definitely one of the easiest drinking green (or perhaps any) tea for me, it’s something that I can drink cup after cup. Good one.

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195 °F / 90 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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I had this tea yesterday. I took it in my Timolino. Don’t know why I made that crazy decision since the Timolino is not the best thing to brew and drink tea in. I usually stick to mildly flavoured teas that I’ve had before. I had never had this one before. It was a sample from Tao Tea Leaf. Even from my Timolino I could tell this was an excellent tea: buttery , mild vegetal. I don’t think it’s from 2014 crop but it’s still good. Wish I had brewed this up properly as it’s all gone now but I still enjoyed it for the day.

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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489 tasting notes

Backlog note:

I had a cup of this at Tao’s last night, and here’s what I remember:

- this was the Premium Shi Feng variety of Dragon Well
- long, thin, bright green leaves; very fresh-looking
- It smelled marine-like, buttery, fishy, kind of green-bean-y
- green-gold, light amber liquor
- the taste was very light and not astringent at first, but as I drank it, it got more and more astringent (that “crinkly tongue” feeling)
- very vegetal taste with a long, lingering aftertaste

It was nice, but I’m not sure if I want to try it again. I think I just may not like Dragon Well teas that much.

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