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Dragon Well

Grassy, Velvety, Inspiring

China's most prized green tea. Pan fired and hazel sweet.
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Dragon Well Green Tea

龙井绿茶

The Origin Story
Dragon Well is China's most famous green tea, produced in the hills around Hangzhou's West Lake. This perfect introduction to the unique taste of Dragon Well combines grassy spring freshness and hazelnut sweetness. A fantastic green tea for everyday drinking.
China - Zhejiang

Zhejiang is the most famous province in China for producing green tea.

The hills surrounding Hangzhou's West Lake are the traditional home of this famous tea. Extremely fertile and with an excellent climate, this area of Zhejiang is renowned for producing many of China's most sought after green teas.

  • Cultivar
    Qunti Zhong
  • Oxidisation Level
    0%
  • Picked
    Spring

Tasting Notes

Engage Your Senses

What to
Look For

Characteristic flattened spears of dappled green and yellow leaf

Aroma

Grassy and slightly nutty, with light tropical fruit

In the Cup

Bright, glowing pine green

Taste

Classic Dragon Well - Smooth, creamy, grassy fresh and hazlenut sweet

Make the Perfect Cup of Dragon Well

1
Measure
Measure

Measure 4g or 2tbsp per cup (250ml)

2
Heat Water
Heat Water

Heat water to 80°C

3
Infuse
Infuse

Infuse tea for 3 minutes

3 min
4
Reinfuse
Re-infuse

You can infuse this tea up to 2 times

Reviews

Dragon Well Green Tea
Average rating: 4 Stars
  • Rating: 5 stars
    by Anderson Lucas
    Well of infinite happiness
    by Anderson Lucas
    Rating: 5 stars
    Well of infinite happiness
    The title says it all....
  • Rating: 3 stars
    by james russell
    Not bad for the price
    by james russell
    Rating: 3 stars
    Not bad for the price
    A noticable downgrade from the supreme but at a much better price
  • Rating: 3 stars
    by Al
    Pleasant but not nearly as good as last years
    by Al
    Rating: 3 stars
    Pleasant but not nearly as good as last years
    Was a little disappointed with the 2013 batch. It tastes slightly over fired to me. The first brew is OK but I'm not a fan of the taste of the second brew. Last years was far better. The overly roasted flavor just seems to stomp on the sweet subtlety. Hopefully next years will be better!
  • Rating: 3 stars
    by Peter Myers
    A bit sensitive
    by Peter Myers
    Rating: 3 stars
    A bit sensitive
    I find this tea too sensitive. I think the first brew is excellent and as others before me have commented, very nutty and silky. I find the later infusions lack flavour despite trying to brew at a cooler temp. I would say first brew 5 star, later brews 2 stars. Overall a 3 star