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Handmade Premium High Mountain Wild-growing Long Jing (Dragon Well) Green Tea, 50g

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    Description of Dragon Well


    This is a rare Dragon Well tea with strongest Chaqi from an abandoned tea field for over 30 years. It is directly purchased from the local tea farmer in the high mountain over 1300 meters high; During the tea-picking days, our pickers need to get up at around 3 AM in early morning and walk around 2.5 hours mountain road to this abandoned tea field; The tea bushes are wild-growing too tall, with average over 1.5 meters high; for some extremely high, the pickers have to cut down some branches to pluck the buds.

     
    Picked only one time per year and never cut down the branches, plus the natural good environment, this wild-growing Dragon Well enjoys the strongest Chaqi among other Long Jing, which can also be told by its big, fat buds than other Long Jing. This Dragon Well has a strong chestnut aroma mixed with ligh orchid fragrance. Thick but delicate tea taste with rich mouth feeling after sipping the tea liquid.

    During Long Jing's two making process, Sha Qing(killing the enzyme), and Huo Guo(making the shape and taste), it requires to put little tea wax on the wok to conduct the two process to avoid the tea leaves getting burnt.
     

    All of our green teas are stored in the freezer before handing to our clients. Super freshness and high quality.

     

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    About Dragon Well


    Dragon Well, also known as Longjing tea or Lung Ching is a well-known pan-roasted variety of Chinese green tea. The name Dragon Well comes from a literal translation and the other name stems from the Longjing village in Zhejiang Province in China.


    When speaking of pan-roasting, you should note that this is literally a method that has been used for centuries by tea masters and it involves flattening the leaves along the inside vein and frying them in a wok. This method serves a dual purpose as it stops the oxidation process that naturally occurs after picking, but it also gives a toasty aroma with a hint of the sweet taste you might find eating a roasted corn. The unique and rounded flavor coupled with a sort of buttery texture make this team really popular among green team enthusiasts and regular consumers alike.


    As is the case with many types of tea hailing from this part of the world, Dragon Well is rich in amino acids, vitamin C, and catechins. For those of you unfamiliar with catechins, you should know that those compounds are naturally occurring antioxidants belonging to the flavonoids family. We will touch on the importance of those later.


    Ingredients and Effects


    For inexperienced tea drinkers, it should be clarified what are the usual ingredients of green teas in general:

    1. Caffeine (Theine)
    2. Polyphenols (Catechins)
    3. Tannin (Flavonols)
    4. Vitamin C, A, B1, B12, K, and P

    Rather than getting into specific numbers and detail all the ingredients, we will focus on the two of the important ones relevant to the Dragon Well tea: Caffeine and Catechins.

    How much caffeine in dragon well? A single cup of Dragon Well tea contains less than a quarter the amount of caffeine found in a similarly sized cup of coffee. For those looking to get exact numbers, a cup of Dragon Well tea contains between 15-25 mg of caffeine. This means that it can be safely used even just before the bedtime without the fear of affecting your sleep patterns.

    Catechins are what makes green tea in general beneficial to your health. For centuries, these naturally occurring compounds were thought to be useful for treating cardiovascular issues and promote general well-being. Although the specifics are not yet unequivocally proven by scientists, the chemical family these compounds belong to (flavonoids) are known to help maintain a proper dilation of blood vessels contributing to normal blood flow. Other effects have been reported, one of them claiming to have a positive effect on cholesterol.

    Here is the list of the most commonly reported health benefits of the Dragon Well .

    1. Enhances healthy digestion
    2. Strengthens the immune system and helps it fight off infections, viruses, and bacteria
    3. Improves the blood flow and lowers the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Lowers cholesterol
    4. Helps melting fat and thus aids in the efforts to lose weight
    5. Reduces inflammatory problems and decreases signs of arthritis and rheumatism
    6. Fights against plaque and other oral issues


    Dragon Well for Weight Loss


    It should be noted that while some of these effects are not scientifically confirmed, many of them have been attributed to most types of green teas and some specifically to the Dragon Well tea. To be specific, the weight loss effect has been reportedly better than with other types of herbal teas. Many dieticians often include Dragon Well tea in the dietary plans for the patients looking to reduce the excess weight, especially fats and fat deposits.

     

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    Comment


    Dragon Well tea is very popular and depending on the quality, can be quite expensive. On the other hand, the distinct aroma and a mellow sweet taste in this nutty tea create a unique experience which many people find quite pleasing and definitely different from other types of green tea. Coupled with the health benefits, particularly for the cardiovascular system and the favorable effects on weight loss, Dragon Well tea can be found in many homes and teapots around the globe and definitely is one of the most renowned green teas on the market.


    Certifications


    Certificate of Analysis by Eurofins: (No.: AR-13-SU-008252-01)

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      Name:
     Wild-growing high mountain Long Jing
      Original:
     Chunan county, Zhejiang province
      Harvest time:  2017 spring,  April 12
      Picking standard:
     One bud with two leaves
      Dried tea color:  Yellowish-green hue with massive tea hair
      Shape:  Tight, flat
      Aroma:
     Fresh chestnut, and pleasing light orchid aroma
      Taste:
     Super fresh, thick, long-lasting sweetness and high floral aroma
      Note:

     Wild-growing (tested for European market), no pesticide