Origin: Zhejiang, China
Collection time: Spring 2021
Water temperature: 85-90 degrees
Brewing time: 15-20 seconds
**Quantity for welding**: 5-7 grams
**Tableware**: Gaiwan, flask, glass teapot
**Storage**: Refrigerator -16 degrees
The famous "Dragon Well of the Western Lake" was made in Hangzhou district (Zhejiang Province). The buds of the spring harvest of 2020 were used as raw materials .
In dry form: medium-sized neat, flat buds in the form of "sparrow tongues" of bright, pistachio-green tones. The aroma of dry tea is intense, herbaceous-floral with a hint of roasted sunflower seeds. The infusion is transparent, of a light golden-green shade.
The bouquet of the finished tea is voluminous, bright, herbaceous-nutty with a floral note. The aroma is intense, fresh, herbaceous-nutty. The taste is oily and soft, sweet and juicy, turning into a long aftertaste.
Classic "Long Ching" with a juicy, voluminous taste and a refreshing, light toning effect.
For the packaging design, we chose an illustration of a red peony from the Chinese painting Guohua, because the variety of this peony is called "Red Dragon". It is quite possible that the peony could grow near that famous well and, reflected in it, remind the locals of a dragon.