Dragon well or Long Ching Green Tea

Dragon well or Long Ching Green Tea

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Net weight 50gm

This tea contains Caffeine.

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Enjoy this emperors' tea - a cup of Long Ching tea/Dragon Well tea of centuries gone by. You can drink Dragon well green tea bursting with flavour and  grassy notes, nutty undertones, and stunning green hues. Connoisseurs will also appreciate the layered flavor profile of this  green tea and the rich history of the growing region that makes these authentic and rare teas. 

Long Jing (also known as Dragon Well) is a type of green tea from the Hangzhou region of China. It is one of the most famous and prized Chinese teas, known for its delicate flavor, aroma, and beautiful appearance.

The tea is grown in the mountainous regions around West Lake in Hangzhou, where the soil is rich in minerals and the climate is mild and humid. The tea leaves are picked in early spring, before the Qingming Festival, and are processed by hand to maintain their delicate flavor.

Dragon well or Long Ching  green tea is known for its flattened, sword-shaped leaves that are a vibrant shade of green. When brewed, the tea produces a pale yellow-green liquor with a fresh, sweet aroma and a delicate flavor that is both vegetal and nutty. The tea is low in caffeine and is said to have a number of health benefits, including boosting metabolism, improving digestion, and reducing stress.

After harvest, the tea leaves are placed in a large wok and pan-fired like many other Chinese teas. This heating process prevents the leaves from oxidizing, thus allowing them to maintain the rich green hue and the integrity of nutrients. This type of green tea contains high amounts of catechins, vitamin C, and amino acids. 

Authentic Long Ching tea must be grown in Zhejiang province. If it is grown anywhere else then it is considered a fake (much like champagne).  

Note: You may find white / yellow fur and/or little balls of fur in the tea. This is NOT mold but is tea fur showing that the tea is a very early spring tea - it demonstrates the quality of this Long Ching.


Zhejiang Province, China


Sweet, mellow and rounded. 

Some maybe grassy, vegetal and carry hints of buttered Chestnuts

Taste and flavour varies with cultivar, flush, and region


3 rd Flush 2021

You may Experience help in:

  •  Lowering your blood pressure
  • Keeping cholestrol under control
  • Lowering risk of heart disease, and stroke
  • Preventing atherosceclorosis

Brewing  your Dragon well/Long Ching Tea: Gongfu Style

It is highly recommended that you do not use boiling water and western style of brewing this tea.

  1. Rinse a gaiwan or teacup with hot water. Swirl the hot water to warm the cup.
  2. Take 2 teaspoon full of Long Ching loose tea and place it in a tea strainer.
  3. Set the strainer in the gaiwan or tea cup.
  4. Fill the teacup with water around 80-85 degrees celsius.
  5. Let the tea leaves steep for 40 seconds.
  6. Remove the tea leaves and enjoy your cup of tea!

Long Ching or Dragon well tea leaves can be infused 4-5 times without losing their flavor. Make sure you increase the steeping time with each infusion by about 30 seconds. After that you can turn the leaves into a salad or mix with rice, season with lemon and soya sauce and enjoy a treat.

Note: For Gong fu style Brewing see “Brewing Guides” under menu item – Community.


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