Dragon Well, also known as Lung Ching is one of the finest Chinese green teas of all.
The name Dragon Well relates to the shape of the tea leaves which are reminiscent of a ‘flying Dragon’.
To produce Lung Ching a large cast iron pan is heated up to 280C before the fresh tea leaves are placed into it to prevent oxidation.
Such fine tea like this can only be achieved by carrying out the entire production by hand with an enormous amount of care during production.
From picking all the way to the final drying of the leaves this care shows in the high quality level of this tea.
The fine infusion develops a delicate and slightly sweet taste with a wonderful bright yellow cup. Even after several brews the character of this tea is still apparent.
Tea Garden For Lung Ching Finest Grade
Established only during the Millenium the Tunxi Shiyan tea garden has a relatively young history.
The founder Chen Sansheng is Taiwanese and has a tremendous knowledge about Oolong.
His experience does not stop there however, he also knows how to grow and produce many other fine teas including this Lung Ching green tea.
The tea garden is left close to nature with little interference and is located close to the town of Huangshan, a popular starting point for tourists to visit the nearby Huang Shan (Yellow) Mountains.
How To Brew
1 – 2 tsp for 0.3l
1 – 2 min
Repeat brewing of up to 3 to 5 is times possible