This green tea is hand plucked and the leaves are pressed in a hot wok, a skilled worker uses 10 distinct hand movements to shape this almost nutty mallow green tea. Dragonwells name derived from the home town legend that during a severe drought, a monk summoned a dragon to bring rain to fill the village well, guess the dragon was a fan of tea!
Best Brewed: Hot/Iced
1-2 teaspoons, pour in the hot water (80℃), infuse for 1-3 minuets. We suggest you serve this one without milk. Brewing is part of the fun, experiment to find what you like the best.
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