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Edit tea info Last updated by Kittenna
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180 °F / 82 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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  • “Mmmmhhhh. Dragonwell. Thanks to *Sil* for a sample of this one. To my palate, it is a fairly standard dragonwell, which means it's sweet and light and vegetal-beany. Quite tasty, and a big step up...” Read full tasting note
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2221 tasting notes

Mmmmhhhh. Dragonwell. Thanks to Sil for a sample of this one. To my palate, it is a fairly standard dragonwell, which means it’s sweet and light and vegetal-beany. Quite tasty, and a big step up from the “Green Bamboo” tea I just drank. I may not be getting the full extent of this one given that I’m using it as a palate cleanser, haha. I have some more left to try later, though, so I don’t feel too bad. My general conclusion on dragonwells is that as long as they’re reasonably fresh, I like them. I have way too much other stuff going on to attempt to find “the perfect dragon well”; besides, they inevitably change from year to year, so I feel like it would be a futile search. Hence I am happy to drink whatever variation of this tea I come across, so yum! (Also, I probably could/should have steeped for an extra 30s for a bit more flavour).

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175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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