so good, it’s the queen of Chinese tea
Legend holds that a drought was remedied when a monk summoned a dragon that brought rains to fill the village well. To this day, the well nourishes the meadow of Zhejiang, near China’s West Lake, where this dew-drenched green tea is cultivated each spring. Prized for its unique, flat, sword-shaped leaves and jade green color, this special tea exhibits a fresh, clean aroma and gentle, mellow flavor.
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