Long Jing Dragon Well Green Tea


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What is it?

It’s a whole leaf green tea from Taipei – a dragon’s hoard most enticing.

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Taiwan is the cradle of oolong, but its green tea is not to be ignored. Drawing its name from the village of Long Jing (literally translated Dragon Well), where it’s grown, hand-picked, pan-fired, rolled, and then dried, this tea is steeped in Taipei folklore. As tradition dictates, it’s never left to oxidise, so that the flavour is fresh, grassy, and light.  



Grown in the midst of a dragon’s well – or so it would lead you to believe – this tea is unmistakable. Earthy, grassy, and delicate, it’s a tea with a mellow flavour and a subtle tanginess.

As you’d expect of a Formosa variety, it’s a very drinkable tea, with no bitterness or unpolished aftertaste.


Caffeine Level

With about 20mg per cup, the caffeine level in this tea is relatively low. So, enjoy your cuppa with or without a meal, day or night.



Premium grade green tea.


Quality of Leaves

Hand-picked whole leaf, pan-fired, rolled, and dried green tea.


Where Does It Come From?

It comes from Southern Taipei County in Taiwan, where it’s grown at 1,650ft. above sea level.


Who is this tea for?

It’s a tea for those with a penchant for telling fantastic stories and a love of Asian folktales that transcends time and descends into every-day experiences.


What Are the Health Benefits?

As though the sumptuous taste didn’t suffice, green tea is good for you in many other ways. Please click here for a glimpse of its health benefits.

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Packet Size

40g, 60g, 125g, 250g, 500g


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