Dragon tea (not dragonwell) - come and gone


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Dragon tea (not dragonwell) - come and gone

Postby Daniel S » Oct 26th, '05, 15:26

As a lover of green teas, I tend to poke around and see what's available from time to time. Not long ago, I noticed a new entry in the Green section - Dragon or Green Dragon (can't remember which). Unfortunately, it's availability was soon gone, and now it's not even listed. Was this a short-lived entry on the page, or will we see Dragon tea listed again in the future?
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Postby Daniel S » Oct 27th, '05, 17:22

Yep, that's the one. I didn't know you could search for unlisted teas like that.
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Postby colorful » Nov 6th, '05, 18:47

Hi, I'm a novice tea drinker and brand new to this site. This weekend I bought a glass of dragon tea from a quaint little shop in Big Sur, CA that was DELICIOUS. It was some kind of dragon tea...seems like it was called Red Dragon Pearl. I came home and searched the net hoping to find and order some, but haven't had any luck. Has anyone ever heard of Red Dragon Pearl?
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