Origin: Jiangsu Province, China
Description: ‘Bi Luo Chun’ literally translates to ‘Green Snail Spring,’ a name befitting the lush, subtropical tea growing regions that this province boasts, especially around Taihu Lake in the Dongting region where Bi Luo Chun is harvested. Named by the Kangxi Emperor for the look of the tea, it is processed in the springtime (Chun) and rolled into small, tight spirals. Bi Luo Chun grew in popularity during the Ming Dynasty, and is now among China’s top-ten famous teas.
Tasting Notes: A delicate green liquor, a gentle hint of fruit, and the truly elegant aroma make this an exquisite green tea.
Brewing Instructions: 3g per cup. 90-95ºC water. steep 3 minutes. re-steep.
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