The dragon is a popular motif found in art, literature, and tea!
Inspired by Saint George Slaying the Dragon by Carlo Crivelli, our Dragon Tea has very earthy and subtle tones. The name of the tea came into the English language from the Chinese name meaning "black dragon" because this rolled oolong tea was black, long, and curly. It was first produced in the legendary Wuyi Mountains of the Fujian Province in northern China.
This tea comes from our collection of loose teas inspired by the Museum and blended by Elmwood Inn Fine Teas.