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100% Recommend this product (15 of 15 responses)
By Mike
Greenville, SC
Good Green Tea but No Dragon
April 29, 2018
This tea does not have the flavor or aroma of a proper Dragon Well but it is a superior green tea having a delicate flavor without grassy overtones or bitterness. If you want a smooth tea with minimal astringency, you may find it worth the price. It will make at least three steeps. It appears that you have to pay at least $10 per oz. for a good Dragon Well but I have found better examples of the type in this price range.
By Rocky
Fort Collins
Pretty Good
March 30, 2015
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March 14, 2015
By Peter
Bonita Springs, FL
Dragonwell a winner
January 15, 2015
This is the best Chinese Green teas around. Very elegant flavor and a classic roasted taste combine with pleasant aroma and no astringency to produce a superb tea. You can almost smell the leaves being hand- swirlled in the roasting pan. A great morning tea!
By Evan
Kutztown, PA
Superior West Lake Dragon Well
November 10, 2014
The order went through promptly and without any problems. The tea is very good and they included a couple nice gifts. Thank you very much.
By weschneider
Sebring, FL
Superior West Lake Dragon Well
June 4, 2014
Excellent tea - one of our favorites
By Bill S.
Sebring, FL
Superior West Lake Dragon Well
August 10, 2013
An absolutely splendid Dragon Well.
By Gary
St.louid, mo
Good expensive tea
July 9, 2013
Get the regular version. This is good but cost too much.
By Michael
Kanas City area
Good, but a little disappointing at the price.
March 4, 2013
Enjoyable Sunday tea. Certainly grade as specified, but not as flavorful as some similar grades I have had in the past. I got it in February, so it just might have been a little old and stale. Will try again after the new crop comes in.
By Heath
Birmingham, Alabama
Consistently Enjoyable and Not Fussy
December 3, 2012
I have been drinking Enjoying Tea's Superior West Lake Dragon Well for about two years. As with all green teas, some experimentation with water temperature, brew time, and amount of tea is needed. But it is much more forgiving than vegetal green teas from Japan with respect to water temperature and brewing time. I usually bring water to a boil, let it cool for about two minutes, then steep 3 tbs of this tea in a tall glass with about one cup of water for 2-3 minutes. It has natural sweetness and some floral tones, but i would not describe it as flowery. Enjoying Tea's much less expensive Dragon Well is also good, but this one is worth the money. I drink a variety of green teas, but order this one every time.
By Corinne
Superior West Lake Dragon Well
November 14, 2012
Good aroma and sweet floral taste
By Ying
West Lake Dragon Well
September 19, 2012
West Lake Dragon Well is my favorite tea...I always buy the kind that less expensive from enjoyingtea.com First time try this one , which is much expensive. It is fresh as always and...the leaves are in such beautiful color of green.... Always with fast delivery!
By Ray
Kansas City, Missouri
The bestea
April 12, 2012
I love this tea, as long as you use the right temperature water, the right amount of tea, and brew it the desired length of time to personal taste, this tea offers a unique sweetness that lingers on the palette throughout the day. Over brewing is easily detected with bitterness. Experiment to find the perfect brew as is typical with tea and coffee etc.
By Ray
Kansas City, Missouri
Must Have
March 31, 2012
I haven't tried every tea variety on the planet but thus far this is my favorite. When you get the perfect brew happening this tea leaves(no pun intended) a sweetness like a perfume that lingers upon your pallet all day long. After you achieve this effect, you seek out that balance with every batch and brew.
By Antoine
Gwynn Oak, MD
Smooth smooth smooth
January 5, 2012
If you like green tea, but don't like the more vegetal ones like sencha or gyokuro this is for you. I steeped this tea at 170 degrees for about four minutes and the pale green tea that resulted was downright excellent. Add a dash of sugar (if you aren't a purist) and it gets even better. This seems like the perfect tea to blend with flowers, or dried fruit to create your own flavors since the tea isn't overwhelming. This is now on my 'favorite teas' list.

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