This national pride of China is from Zhejiang province. Dragonwell is the translation of “Longjing;” it has a distinctly shaped leaf, with a brisk, tart, and slightly smoky taste. There are countless mystical stories regarding the name of this tea, and its healing power. However, if you watch the behavior of the leaves in the water, you may notice that their movements resemble a dragon, twisting and rolling as they release a delicate and fresh floral fragrance. This tea needs to be properly stored because it will continue to ferment if mishandled. Store it in a tin, give it a shake once in a while, and savor it within the year.