This famous Chinese tea is produced by pan frying the flat jade leaves to produce the characteristic mellow flavour. With a delicious aroma and a slightly sweet aftertaste engage your senses in ancient Chinese dragon lore.
From the master
This tea is incredibly rich in antioxidants and vitamin c.
The name of this tea literally means “dragon well”, a well that contains relatively dense water. After rain the lighter rainwater floating on the well’s surface sometimes exhibits a sinuous and twisting boundary with the well water, which is supposed to resemble the movement of a traditional Chinese dragon.
Large leaf Chinese green tea