Description: Dragon Well. Longjing is one of the most famous green tributary teas from imperial China. Teawaves uses only the highest quality and freshest spring tea leaves grown in this tea’s native habitat to prepare Dragonwell. Raised amidst the serene hillsides of Hangzhou, China, this exceptional tea captivates the senses with its delicate flavor, unique appearance, and rich cultural heritage.

Handcrafted Excellence: Our Dragon Well Green Tea is meticulously hand-plucked by skilled artisans who have mastered the art of tea cultivation and processing. The leaves undergo precise roasting and shaping techniques, resulting in the tea's signature flattened shape and distinct leaf patterns, reminiscent of dragon scales. Each leaf represents the dedication and expertise of generations of tea artisans.

Rich in Antioxidants and Polyphenols: Dragon Well Green Tea is not only a delight for the senses but also offers a range of health benefits. Abundant in antioxidants, it helps combat free radicals and supports a healthy immune system. This tea is also known to promote digestion, boost metabolism, and contribute to overall well-being. Savor the goodness of this remarkable tea while nourishing your body and mind.

Hot brew: 1 tbsp - 8oz water - 185°F (85°C) - 2 minutes        Cold brew: tbsp - 8oz water - refrigerator -  5 hours

Size: Big 3.5oz
Size: Big 3.5oz

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How should I store my tea?

Our packaging is suitable to storing tea for extended periods of time so long as you reseal the packaging as airtight as you can, keep it in a room temperature and reasonably dry place away from light. If you do plan to transfer the tea to a different container, keep it mind that not only should it be airtight, but also keep out light. Thus avoid any glass or plastic that is transparent.

How long does tea stay fresh?

The tea that teawaves offers will stay fresh for up to eighteen months with the exception of the white tea whose flavor will enhance with age.

Where does your tea come from?

All of our tea comes from five tea gardens primarily in Fujian, China where our co-founder Joey is from and has familial ties and we can trust the tea growers and tea makers.

How does caffeine content vary between types of tea?

All tea that comes from the tea plant does have caffeine
that affects people’s bodies in different ways. No matter the tea, though, one
of the most important things we can stress is that the caffeine in tea is
different from the caffeine in coffee! With that being said, as a general
rule—caffeine is more potent in more oxidized teas (black tea), less potent in non-oxidized or hardly oxidized teas (green tea, white tea) and falls in the
middle with partially oxidized tea (oolong tea).