We got out the thermometer, got out the measuring spoons, got out the timer- read the instructions in the tea snob’s book of tea, which Ellyn will have to name because I know not…and YUCK YUCK YUCK, this is the first “skunk piss” tea I have run into yet. Down the drain it goes- with no remorse whatsoever. Maybe someday I will learn to enjoy this one, but I doubt it heavily. Blechhhhh with my tongue out all the way!
Dragonwell aka Lung Ching, is one of China’s most popular teas.
It is produced near the beautiful West Lake of Hangzhou and is meticulously prepared from the youngling buds and the tenderest leaves sprouting in the spring season. It is distinguishable by its flat and smooth appearance, emerald green color, fragrant and fresh aroma, mellow and sweetish taste.
When you brew up a cup of this tea you will be pleasantly relaxed and pleased knowing the goodness that is in each sip.