A creamy green tea with subtle chestnut flavor & toasty pan-fired notes.
- How to Brew
- Green Tea
For Best Brewing
- Use one heaping teaspoon of loose leaves per 8 fl oz of 215° water.
- Let it steep for 5 minutes. Wait patiently for perfection.
The liquor of a green tea is typically a green or yellow color, and flavors range from toasty, grassy (pan-fired teas) to fresh and streamed greens (steamed teas) with mild astringency.
- Product Details
To create one of the most famous Chinese green teas, a light tea oil is spread on the surface of a wok-shaped pan and heated. The tea master pan-fires the Longjing (literally “Dragon Well”) by pressing the leaves flat onto the hot metal surface. Known for its distinctive shape, jade color, vegetative aroma and chestnut-like flavor, Dragonwell breathes a toasty, buttery cup that’s light-bodied and a delicate shade of yellow.