The legendary origin of “Longjing” tea dates back to the dawn of civilization in the Zhejiang province of the People’s Republic of China. It all started when a massive drought broke out that threatened the survival of the crop fields. Out of desperation, according to legend, the people were instructed to pray to a dragon that lived inside a well near the village, as a way of guaranteeing productivity in their soils. And so, sustain their needs, as well as those of the next generations. After the prayer, the rain returned with force, reviving the fields. It was through this miraculous phenomenon that the people decided to give the name “Longjing” to the tea they cultivated as a tribute to their savior, associated with the movement of water in the well.