Biluochun is a famous green tea originally grown in the Dongting mountain region near Lake Tai, Jiangsu, China. Also known as Pi Lo Chun, it is renowned for its delicate appearance, fruity taste, floral aroma, showy white hairs and early cropping
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High Quality 250g/bag Biluochun Tea
—————————-Fresh Bi Luo Chun Green Tea Gross Weight: Each bag includes 250g(8.8oz). The price is only for one bag. Zip seal bag package keeps the tea fresh and easy to drink Season: 2017 Spring Quality: AAAA Storage time: 18 month. Storage:keep in shady, cool and dry place. About the Bi Luo Chun tea: In Chinese it well known as “Spiral of Spring Jade” . It is one of Chinese rare green teas of exceptional quality known all over the world. Since its shape likes snail and is collected in spring, it is then named as “”Green Snail Spring”. It is so called because It is called so because it is rolled into a tight spiral, resembling snail meat, and is cropped early spring. Its fine silver hair can be seen all over the leaf. When steeping in a glass cup, the tea leaves extend like rolling, creating a wonder picture for its drinkers. The color of spring snail tea soup is crystal light green with refreshing smell. Its rich and mellow taste is smooth and long-lasting. The leaf of Bi Luo Chun is tiny and comes out spiral shaped; the brew is clear and golden and of exceeding delicacy. In the cup its skillfully hand-crafted, downy leaves unfold to produce a delicate, aromatic, light golden liquor which opens with a fresh, crisp astringency and develops into a well-rounded sweetness with a lingering, mellow, slightly buttery, finish. Brewing Guide: 1. Generally use 4g green tea per 200ml (7oz) water. 2. The water temperature for brewing green tea should be around 80º C. 3. Pour the hot water over the tea leaves, and wait for about 2 minutes’ infusion. 4. Then enjoy the tea. Could brew 3-4 times.