High Mountain Wild Dragon Well
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This royal tea comes with high notes of citrus, hazelnuts and freshly cut grass.
Chunan county, Zhejiang province, China.
Green tea requires special care when handling to not break the leaves. The young buds and leaves are hand-picked and left to bask in the sun. 🍃
With the Wild Dragon Well, the final process is pan baking (the Chinese method). What makes this tea even more special is that it is a rare wild-growing LongJing that grows in the mountains of Chunan at over 1300m. The large buds bring together a strong chestnut aroma paired with a light orchid fragrance. Whenever you take a sip of this tea, close your eyes and imagine yourself up there, on the mountains of Chunan, breathing in the fresh air and feeling the sun on your face. 🌞
Per cup: 2 tsp 80°C 3 minutesYou can infuse it multiple times.
For the Summer!
Boil water to 80⁰C. Use a French press and allow the leaves to seep. Allow to cool and add ice and serve in a tall glass with fresh fruit of your choice.
75 brews per pack | CHF 0.19 per brew
"The best Long Jing I've had to date! Convinced me that it can be a nice tea."
- Megan Bristow of TastingTeas