Dragon Well Toppest
Brew with water at 75 to 80 degrees and brew for 2 to 3 minutes, be careful not to over infuse
A dragon is a sign of good health and longevity in China. Embrace that tradition with Dragon Well Toppest Tea, a deliciously nutritious Green Tea from the Anhui province. There are many types of Dragon Well Tea and Dragon Well Toppest Tea, many of which come from the Zhejiang province making this particular brew all the more special and unique.
It is a handpicked unfermented Tea boasting a fragrant aroma, a smooth, grassy flavour, and a wealth of health benefits. In fact, owing to its processing, Dragon Well Toppest Tea retains the vast majority of its antioxidant content which in turn makes it one of our healthiest Green Teas. When consumed as part of a healthy and active lifestyle, Dragon Well Toppest Tea can improve cardiovascular health, boost the metabolism, and even reduce the risks of developing Type II Diabetes. The name “Toppest” says it all: this tea is one of our best!
There is a story behind the making of Dragon Well Tea and Dragon Well Toppest Tea. It takes us to the Zhejiang province, the original home of this beverage. According to legend, when peering into a well in the village of Longjing (another name for this tea is “Longjing Tea”), you might have the chance to see an image of a dragon circling around the water’s surface. It is not a cause for concern as dragons are very auspicious and symbolise long life. Essentially, the dragon in the well is thought to bring good luck. So, the name “Dragon Well” is twofold: first, it refers to wellness and second, it quite literally means “a dragon in a well”.
And when it comes to marriage, a Dragon Well or Dragon Well Toppest Tea has a bigger part to play still. Giving Dragon Well Toppest Tea to your in-laws when you get married is supposed to symbolise the deep roots of the relationship. But why? Because the Camellia sinensis var sinensis plant, the plant that tea is harvested from, also has deep roots in the most literal sense. Even outside of a wedding and in normal everyday life, giving the gift of Dragon Well Toppest Tea shows your appreciation for loved ones with the hope that they live long and healthy lives. It is no real surprise, then, that Dragon Well Toppest Tea is meant to be shared with friends, with family, with those who are closest to you and with those you care for the greatest. Is it time you embraced a new tradition? Try our very own Dragon Well Toppest Tea today and let your spiritual side run free.
Type of Tea: Loose Leaf Green Tea.
Origin: The Anhui province, China.
Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water left to cool to temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees. Following this, infuse for 2 to 3 minutes.
How to Serve: This beverage is best served without any accompaniments.
Tasting Notes: Unlike many Green Teas, Dragon Well Toppest is far from delicate, instead opting for a punch of flavour with every sip. It boasts strong notes of grass and earth coupled with a refreshing aftertaste.
Colour in Cup: Pale Green Liquor, light in tone.
Benefits of Dragon Well: There is almost no end to the potential of Green Tea when it comes to its health benefits. Most famously, all Green Teas contain an incredible antioxidant called Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). This compound found in Dragon Well Toppest Tea helps to combat free radicals in the body. These free radicals are the product of oxidation, which can lead to complications such as heart disease. When antioxidants enter the body through Green Tea consumption, however, free radicals are often neutralised, thus reducing the risks of such conditions.
Furthermore, Dragon Well Toppest Tea could be the answer to improving your weight management. This is because Green Tea boosts the metabolism, allowing the body to burn fat far more quickly, and far more efficiently. Drinking just three cups of Dragon Well Toppest Tea a day alongside a healthy and active lifestyle could potentially improve your chances of losing weight.
Health PointsDetox, Hydration, Refreshing, Relaxing
Time of DayBreakfast, Lunchtime