This is the most renowned of all Chinese green teas. A story passed down from one generation to the next tells how this tea was grown near a legendary well inhabited by dragons.
The jade colored green leaves are flattened by hand in a heated wok to create their characteristic shape. When the leaves open, they release a mellow chestnut flavor and a slightly sweet finish.
Brew it hot and serve. If you are in the mood for iced tea, let it cool and pour it over ice.
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