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Dragon Well

Chinese name: Lung Ching

Dragon Well Green Tea


Grown on an organic farm located on an island on the coast of Zhejiang Province, note the characteristic flat leaves tinged with a yellow-gold color. This lot offers fresh, green leaves and will brew to a nutty and vegetal flavor, with a lingering, sweet aftertaste. Cups to a green-gold liquor. A refreshing green tea as it has body yet is light and clean in taste.


Brew at 165*F and steep for 2-3 minutes. Leaves can be steeped 3-4 times.


$2.25 per ounce* 

Dragon Well Green Tea
2.25 USD



Jasmine Pearls

Chinese Name: Mo Li Zhen Zhu

Jasmin Pearls Tea


This is one of the best teas I've ever put in my mouth and is my wife's favorite. The scent and flavor of Jasmine is spectacular.


Jasmine Pearls is a delight to watch unfold as well as to drink. Early-picked green tea leaves are carefully hand rolled into small pearls with a white downy striping. Each "pearl" consists of a bud and 1-2 leaves. Once rolled, the pearls wait until the jasmine flowers are harvested later in the summer. For a high-grade pearl such as this tea, the flower petals are introduced and then removed after imparting their fragrance, a process that may be repeated up to seven times. The supplier's family has been making jasmine teas for generations in Fujian Province and his skill is evident. This tea is exquisite, a sweet and delicate green redolent with fresh scent and flavor of jasmine.


Brew at 170-175*F for 2-3 minutes. Leaves can be steeped 3-4 times.


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* one ounce of tea will make normally 4 x 8 ounce cups of tea, or appoximatly 7 grams of tea per cup (or about a teaspoon full of loose tea). With these high quality teas, each cup can be re-steeped multiple times; white and green teas can be steeped 3-4 times, while some black, oolong, and pureh teas can be steeped up to 7 times. If you are re-steeping you tea, each ounce could potentially produce up to 12-16 cups of tea, or more.


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