Dragon Well Green Tea

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Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea
Flavors
Cut grass, Green
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  • “Did you know that most Dragonwell doesn’t come from the actual Dragonwell origin? It’s a tiny area. This is most likely one of those. To be fair, not many companies will do their research to...” Read full tasting note
  • “A little goes a long way with this tea. SF Herb says its 4th grade dragonwell tea, and I’m not sure I could pick it out as tasting different from other dragonwell teas I have drunk before. Perhaps...” Read full tasting note
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From San Francisco Herb Co.

Longjing (Lung Ching) 4th grade Dragon well green tea
Dragon well is hand processed and pan fired to create its signature flat shape. Longing fourth grade dragon well has a mellow, classic green flavor. One teaspoon per cup or small pot is sufficient to release this tea’s flavor and aroma.

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Did you know that most Dragonwell doesn’t come from the actual Dragonwell origin? It’s a tiny area. This is most likely one of those. To be fair, not many companies will do their research to figure that out, but as consumers do not be tricked by companies claiming a true Dragonwell unless they can really go in-depth on the farmers. That being said the aroma for this one was good so I had high hopes. Somewhat grassy with passion fruit notes. The flavor though just can’t seem to lift off the ground. The grassiness shines through a bit but not nearly as much as I would hope. The color of the leaf is fairly dull too so I figured it wouldn’t be as tasteful as other greener varieties I’ve tried.

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A little goes a long way with this tea. SF Herb says its 4th grade dragonwell tea, and I’m not sure I could pick it out as tasting different from other dragonwell teas I have drunk before. Perhaps this tea only has a one note profile, and other dragonwell teas are more complex. It is fresh, green, tastes like cut grass. Its what I think a cup of chlorophyll would taste like. I’ve not gotten a bitter brew from these tea yet, even with questionably hot water (I get impatient). I added a dab of honey to the second steep and its quite a yummy cup to me. I do tend to reach for a black tea in the morning instead of a green tea, but I should drink more of this for a change of pace.

Flavors: Cut grass, Green

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