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Bursting with the delicate freshness of young tea buds with evocative sips of cool, clear water & swirling mountain fog...

The origins of Dragonwell, or "Longjing" tea, can be traced back to 18 original tea plants, still alive today, at the base of Lion Peak Mountain in China. It derives its name from the ancient and dense water of Longjing Village, where after a rainstorm, lighter rain water rises to the surface in writhing serpentine patterns - resembling the movements of a Chinese Dragon.

It's ethereal body, soft golden hue, and bright green notes make this a revered green tea by tea enthusiasts as the epitome of quality and craft.