Dragon Well (Imperial Grade)

Brand: Char Teas
Availability: In Stock Char Standard Re-zippable Packaging - 30g, 50g, 100g, 250g, 500g and 1kg
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This is the highest grade of one of the world's most famous and sought-after teas, also known as Long Jing. The leaves (like all green and white teas) are picked at the beginning of spring, meaning that they have had all winter to develop. As a result, they slowly absorb the nutrients from the soil and develop a great depth of flavour.

Each individual leaf and bud is then hand-pressed and shaped in a wok to achieve the perfect level of roasting. This process creates an emerald infusion that tastes of sweet chestnuts.

An afternoon tea.

Tea Information
Tea Type Green Tea
Level Connoiseur
Origin Zhejiang Province, China
Taste Sweet chestnut
Available Loose Leaf
Brewing Advice Two dessert spoons per cup. Add hot but not boiling water (75ºC). Infuse for two minutes. Suitable for multiple infusions.
Tea Information
Tea Type Green Tea
Level Connoiseur
Origin Zhejiang Province, China
Taste Sweet chestnut
Available Loose Leaf
Brewing Advice Two dessert spoons per cup. Add hot but not boiling water (75ºC). Infuse for two minutes. Suitable for multiple infusions.

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