Dragon Well Tea - LongWu

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Edit tea info Last updated by Elyse Petersen
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175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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Grower: LongWu
Region: ZheJiang, China

The tea leaves are harvested in April each year and processed by Farmer Ge senior. The premium processed dry leaves are smooth and flat with a uniform size. They have a golden-green color. After steeping them in hot water, they taste fresh with an earthy aroma. The brewed water is clear and bright with a lighter shade of the golden-green color. Looking at the dry leaves absorbing the water into tea leaf flowers is a pleasure for your eyes.

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The aroma once infused is a earthy yet vegetal type smell.

This is pretty different from the other Dragon Wells I have tried. Many of you know I like that…when I get one that stands out!

The tastes and flavors are all across the board, really! Just when I think of it as a mellower-grassy-green with a spec of bitterness it seems to even out a little and a brothy-buttery flavor pops in to say hello for a quick second before it changes into a floral and earthy type green finally finishing to a sweet yet slightly bitter taste at the end of the sip onto the aftertaste.

This one is different but I DO like it! Interesting Cuppa!

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Amazing! This is really wonderful. One of the very best Dragon Well teas I’ve tried. My full-length review of this will publish in a few hours on SororiTea Sisters ( that’s http://sororiteasisters.com for those of you who haven’t been there!) but let me say this about this tea: the leaves are beautiful, the tea brewed from them remarkably good, and I highly recommend this to anyone who has not yet tried it. YUM!

Elyse Petersen

Thanks for sharing, I also think the tea is fantastic!

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This one for me is strange. It has a very full and angular mouth-feel to it. It has a grassy green bitterness, but not one as strong as in Japanese greens. It has a odd sharp throat taste. There is something woody about it, too. The finish lasts about a medium while and is of the green bitterness.

I have to say I like it. I’ll likely give away a lot of it (I got three very generous portions from Tealet) but I do think I like it well enough to keep one of the bags for my own rare use (I’m only rarely allowed to drink anything with caffeine).

Strange but yummy.

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I got a few dragon wells in a Teavivre sampler and really missed them when they ran out, so I was excited to find some in the Tealet boxes. Definitely tasting similarities between this and Teavivre’s, but while theirs was decidedly savory, this has some sweet and nutty notes along with vegetal flavors. I didn’t know there was such a range. Really nice, can’t wait to try the other dragon wells :)

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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