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180 °F / 82 °C 3 min, 45 sec 5 g 7 oz / 217 ml

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From Adagio Teas

Green tea from the Chinese village of Dragon Well (Lung Ching in local parlance). Dragon Well tea has a distinguished shape. Its leaves are broad and flat, a result of laborious drying. There is something to show for this hard work: Dragon Well tea is refreshingly smooth, sweet and delicate, among the very best of Chinese greens. Our ‘Dragon Well Requiem’ is a First Grade version of this truly sublime tea.

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190 tasting notes

Very light but very tasty. I could definitely drink this daily.

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18 tasting notes

Hmm, dragonwell to open a day.

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13 tasting notes

A decent every day green tea

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25 tasting notes

Yet again drinking the bagged version of an Adagio tea, although I have taken the leaves out and put them in my glass pot. I used 1 bags worth of leaves, 160ml water, 80 degrees C, 1.5 mins. I’m starting to like this tea the more times I brew it, it’s certainly not the highest grade of Long Jing, and perhaps a tiny bit over-fired, but still some very plesant roasty, citursy notes.

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31 tasting notes

Dragonwell has got to be my favorite green tea. Its just soooooo good!

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