Explore Dragon Teas for the Year of the Dragon!

Hi Tim,

Celebrate the Lunar New Year and the Year of the Dragon with our dragon teas! Find our featured rare and unique teas below or shop all Chinese green teas here.

Stop by our shop sometime soon! We'd love to see you and brew you a new favorite. Click here for location and hours.

Tim Smith, Chief Leaf & The Tea Smithies

Dragon Teas

Snow Dragon Yellow Tea

Handcrafted in small batches in the An Hui province of China, this unique yellow tea features a small sturdy leaf that yields a deeply floral sweet flavor that lingers on the tongue. Caffeine Level: Low


The rarest of the six classes of tea, yellow tea is only produced in China, in the high mountains of Hunan, Zhejiang, and Sichuan provinces. Pickers gather only the bud by breaking it from its stem with a twist. It takes 60,000 of these carefully harvested buds to yield just one kilogram of tea.

Dragon Well Green Tea

Dragon Well Green Tea

Dragon Well is one of the 10 famous Chinese teas. The olive-toned leaves impart a smooth and slightly sweet flavor. This can easily become one of your everyday favorites! Caffeine Level: Low/Medium


Dragonwell tea, otherwise known as Longjing tea, comes from Longjing Village in China. The distinct flavor of Dragon Well is developed thanks to the high amount of fog that surrounds the growing area much of the year, giving it only indirect sunlight.

Green Citrus Dragon

Crisp lemon and orange flavors accentuate a refreshing green tea that is not too sharp and not too sweet. Just the right balance of flavors to sip cold or hot! Caffeine Level: Low

Insider Tip: Try this tea with a touch of honey for a soothing, hot cup, enjoyable anytime.

Jasmine Dragon Pearls

This tea is a true treasure in every sense of the word! Fine Pouchong leaves are scented with jasmine blooms, then rolled into pearls that unfurl in your cup. These slender green leaves produce their entrancing aroma for three, four, and even five infusions.

Caffeine Level: Low


Chinese Tea Eggs Recipe

Since tea was legendarily discovered in ancient China by Emperor Shen-Nung more than 2,000 years ago, it has evolved into the world’s most popular prepared drink. Celebrate its rich history with tea eggs. The tea egg, also known as a marble egg, is a common Chinese snack food in which a boiled egg is cracked slightly and then boiled again in tea and sauce or spices.

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