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How To Substantially Improve Your Chances of Living A Longer And Decidedly Healthier Life By Doing Nothing But Drinking One Of The World's Oldest, Rarest, And Most Trusted Beverages...Which May Help You Burn Fat, Reduce The Risks of Several Cancer's, Help You Ward Off Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, Assist The Repair Of Your Immune System, And Help You Prevent Tooth Decay
The Chinese have used green tea as a beverage ... and a healing force... for over 4000 years, and their opinion about it's healing qualities, and superlative taste, hasn't changed in all that time. In the opinion of Chinese physicians, and almost all the Chinese, everyone should drink 5 cups of green tea a day. (That's roughly a quart, 30-32 ounces.)
They also say, "the better the tea, the better the results."
This may be your one and only chance to get access to Certified "Emperor Grade" Dragonwell Tea, usually reserved for royalty, heads of state, and the very, very rich.
Let me start by telling you that before last summer, (2009), green tea, or any kind of tea, was not even on my radar. My beverage of choice was orange juice during the day, and milk at night. If I was out on my bicycle, I brought along some water.
Last June, (2009), I made a trip to China with a group of business executives from the U.S. We were there looking for business opportunities in the manufacturing arena. We toured a number of Chinese cities, and many manufacturing operations.
But quite frankly, factories leave me bored, no matter how wonderful a product they are turning out. I was looking for something different, but I had no idea what it was I was looking for.
The business group found itself in Hangzhou, with a couple of days off the official tour schedule. I was a little wound up, and needed something to do. I struck up a conversation with the hotel concierge and told him I needed some diversion from what we were doing as a group.
Getting off the beaten path
He told me that I should visit the Meijiawu Tea Village, and sample the world's best tea. I told him I didn't even drink tea, so why should I go? He laughed, and told me that once I visited the tea village and drank the tea, I would be a tea drinker for the rest of my life.
He got me a car and driver who spoke English, and sent me on my way. The drive was a little longer than I expected, but the scenery was pretty spectacular. Just when I thought my butt couldn't take any more bumps, we arrived.
Getting out of the car, the first thing I noticed was how quiet it was. My driver remarked almost immediately, "Very peaceful here. Not like city."
There were not a lot of people on the street as I walked around as it was eerily quiet. After being in China for ten days, I can tell you one thing, it's a very noisy place, and the contrast between the tea village and the city was enormous.
Meijiawu Tea Village
My driver pointed me toward an old door, and in we went. He spent a few minutes talking to a woman inside, and then told me we would have a tasting in two hours. In the meantime someone would show us the tea fields, and the operation. We waited a few minutes and another woman appeared from the back to escort us around.
She kept us very busy for the next two hours, explaining all intricacies of the tea business. I was astonished by how labor intensive the whole process was. I couldn't imagine Lipton Tea, (the only tea I was familiar with), going through this truly painstaking process.
At one point I was watching a master dry the tea, and I asked, "How long does it take to get this job?"
My guide's reply was, "10-12 years, and then to become an expert, another 6-12 years."
Holy cow! 20 some years to become an expert in the drying of tea.
I began to think there was some real artistry going on here; absolutely everything is done by hand, the same way it has been done for centuries.
There is no hurry up, gleaming stainless steel machinery, large production line teaming with electric gadgets, no vast tanks drying tons of tea at a time, no fork lifts buzzing around with huge containers of product, no automated packaging.
The entire procedure is done by hand; by people who take great pride in producing an extremely high quality product.
The Tasting Room
When we arrived in the tasting room, our guide disappeared for a few minutes, and then returned with a middle aged man, and woman.
After the introductions, the man asked about my cowboy hat. I promptly took it off and handed it to him. He ran his hands over the hat, and turned it six ways from Sunday. I told him to put in on.
He hesitated, and I reassured him it was okay. Gingerly he put my cowboy hat on, and then stole a glance in the mirror. He seemed to like what he saw. He then took off the hat, handed it to me, and smiled. Then he extended his hand and we shook hands, both of us smiling.
His name was Master Mei.
The woman, her name was Jean, started the tasting, and she brewed up at least a dozen different grades of tea. Each one was better than the last.
Jim Whelan with Master Mei
Then the man stood up, left the room, and returned in about a minute with two more tins of tea, which he told the woman to fix for us. The first one was very, very good, better than all the others I had tasted. The next one was incredible. My driver was as excited as I was. He told me he had never tasted this kind of tea.
"This tea very much money," he said.
Then I was given a history of the tea, which is called Dragon Well, and the highest grade, which translates as "Fit for The Emperor."
Ordinary People Can't Get This Tea
Since the 17th century, access to this grade of Dragon Well has been strictly limited. Almost all of it went to the Emperor. A small amount was sold to heads of state, and to royal families around the world.
For instance, the British Royal Family has been drinking this tea for quite a while. It is rumored that Queen Elizabeth will never drink anything else.
Our own President Nixon became a devotee of the tea when he traveled to China. Nixon asked the Chinese for 1000 pounds of the tea. Mao, (Tse-Tung), who drank the tea himself, and who stationed guards in the Dragon Well tea fields, let him have two pounds.
Chou En Lai, Mao's number two, visited the Meijiawu Tea Village on five different occasions while he was Premier, and also drank the tea.
What Happened Next
After the tasting, Master Mei and I remained in the tasting room. We talked for about two hours about all kinds of things, and had a lot of laughs.
Then I asked him if the tea was ever sold in the United States.
He said, "No."
I asked him, "Why. "
He said, "No one ever asked."
So I asked, "Could I sell this tea, (Dragon Well, Emperor Grade), in the United States?"
He looked at me, smiled, and said, "Yes. Yes. You can sell tea."
So we made a deal, right then and there, (the old fashioned way...with a handshake), just hours after meeting each other. I've made several trips to China since, and Master Mei is on his way here right now, as I write this.
We've crafted a way so that you can enjoy one of the world's absolute best teas. I'll tell you more about that in a moment.
The benefits of drinking green tea.
Today everybody and his brother is telling you to drink green tea for it's health benefits. As I mentioned earlier, the Chinese have been drinking green tea for 4000 years, and to them it is both a refreshing beverage, and a healing force.
Even "Web M.D." agrees.
"Green tea is made from unfermented leaves, and reportedly contains an extremely high concentration of powerful antioxidants called polyphenols. Antioxidants are substances that scavenge free radicals, (damaging compounds in the body
that alter cells), tamper with DNA, and even cause cell death. Free radicals occur naturally in the body, but environmental toxins such as radiation, cigarette smoke, and air pollution also give rise to these damaging particles. Many scientists believe that free radicals contribute to the aging process as well as the development of a number of health problems, including many types of cancer, and heart disease.
Antioxidants, such as the polyphenols in green tea can neutralize free radicals, and may reduce or even help prevent some of the damage they cause."
Emperor Grade Dragon Well tea leaves.
Here are some health areas where green tea has helped reduce, or may have helped slow the spread of the disease.
• Bladder cancer
• Breast cancer
• Ovarian cancer
• Colorectal cancer
• Esophageal cancer
• Lung cancer
• Pancreatic cancer
• Prostate cancer
• Skin cancer
• Stomach cancer
• Inflammatory Bowel disease
• Liver disease
• Periodontal disease
Clinical studies also suggest that green tea may boost metabolism and help burn fat.
Coca Cola would be happy to have its name mentioned next to one of those items, but it will never happen.
And diet beverages...well...let's just say they are toxic.
There is a lot of fake Dragon Well tea in the marketplace
While doing extensive research on the tea business, I discovered that there is a lot of phony Dragon Well tea on the market. There are basically two types of fakes.
The first one is just plain old green tea being labeled Dragon Well.
The second one is tea from the Dragon Well area that is very low grade but being marketed as the best grade.
The easiest way to know it isn't the real deal is by the price.
If the Dragon Well Tea is selling at near the same price as the other teas being offered, it more than likely isn't the real deal.
The real deal has a very limited supply
And it costs more to buy than what many dealers are selling it for.
Think of it this way.
The West Lake area, (Where Dragon Well is grown), is much like the Champagne area of France. It accounts for only 6% of the tea grown in Zhejiang province, which is the only authentic source of the tea.
Harvesting takes place once a year in the spring over six weeks.
Harvesting the tea fields.
Then the tea plants are rested for the remainder of the year to preserve quality.
The highest grade is picked in the first two days.
The highest grade of the tea is grown at an altitude of 700 to 800 meters, well away from the road, and designated a Grade 1 Nationally Designated Protected Zone.
The remote locations and protected zone make the foggy mountain an area where endangered plants and animals thrive undisturbed by industrialization and pollution.
No fertilizers or pesticides are allowed, and chemical tests are conducted regularly to ensure compliance.
This ensures that you get the same cup of tea as the Chinese President, and the Queen of England.
And why shouldn't you get the very best?
The tea field.
Here's how you can get one of the worlds best teas, which has a very limited supply.
I recently formed the Chinese Cowboy Tea Company, and you can become a Charter Member. There will be a limited number of Charter Memberships issued, and then I will close the door.
Only Charter Members will get access to this rare tea, which will be shipped to you on a monthly basis, so you never have to worry about ordering.
Along with the automatic monthly shipping, you'll also receive price protection for the next 24 months. That means that no matter what happens in the marketplace, I'm guaranteeing the price to you for the next 2 years.
How am I able to do that?
Well...I guaranteed my Chinese friends that I would buy a very large amount of this very scarce tea, and pay them for it now, before I ever sell an ounce of it. This made them believers.
Rare Emperor Grade Dragon Well Tea
How much does it cost?
Every month you're going to receive 4.4 ounces (125 grams) of Emperor Grade Dragon Well tea. This will get you through until your next shipment arrives.
$69.95 NOW ONLY $41.77 (plus shipping and handling).
After you place an order, your Charter Membership monthly cost , (which I am guaranteeing for 24 months), is now only
$59.95 $35.00 plus shipping and handling.
You may cancel your membership at anytime.
This isn't just any old offer for a run of the mill product you can get on any corner. Only a very limited amount of this exceptional tea is available, and it's going to go to a restricted group of people... those people who want the best tea money can buy. This is an opportunity for you to become part of that elite group.
The next step is yours.
Here it is: Here's the moment of truth.
Here you are, about to discover one of the world's finest teas, which could affect and impact your life in any number of transformational ways.
Here you are, with me making this as simple as humanly possible, and I'm guaranteeing the price for the next two years.
I'm sorry it can't be free, but this isn't going to take away your life savings, even in a down economy.
You probably pay much more each month for your cable bill, and you won't get a sniff of a single health benefit from that expenditure.
Nor will you taste the richness and flavor of an extremely scarce super premium tea.
Remember, this is a very limited offer. When the Charter Memberships are gone, I won't be offering any more unless a member drops out.
Get started today by filling out the secure form below.
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Jim Whelan inspects this year's tea crop.
P.S. Here's 9 Top Reasons Why You Should Be Drinking Emperor Grade Dragon Well Tea:
1) It's one of the world's super premium teas.
On top of all that, it may improve body-mind function.
2) It's 100% organic, and pesticide free.
3) It may be one of the world's great cancer fighters.
4) It may significantly boost your immune system.
5) It may promote stronger, whiter teeth.
6) It may be helpful in treating Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease
7) It may reduce the risk of heart disease and heart attack by reducing the risk of thrombosis
8) It may be used to raise metabolism and increase fat oxidation
9) It may be helpful to prevent headaches and depression
Perhaps the greatest testament to Dragon Well Tea is that it has been used for centuries. If a product doesn't work it doesn't stay around, because if it isn't good for you, people stop using it.
Not only has Dragon Well tea stood the test of time, it appears in the esteemed Chinese pharmaceutical book "Bencao Shiyi," (the equivalent of the Western Materia Medica), which says tea "will make one live long and stay in great shape.)
Get yours while you can.
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