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Green White Blend
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160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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  • “Brew lightly. I was served this in the Betty's of Harrogate flagship store tearoom and they scalded the tea so it went bitter, which is a shame, because it tastes so lovely and delicate when brewed...” Read full tasting note
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In Chinese the name for this tea is ‘Pi Lo Chun’ which means ‘spring green snail’ as the steeped tea leaves look like little snails. The tea bushes grow amongst peach, plum and apricot trees and the leaves absorb the fragrance of the fruit blossoms, giving the tea a subtle, fruity flavour with a scent like ripe lychees. Best served without milk.

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Brew lightly. I was served this in the Betty’s of Harrogate flagship store tearoom and they scalded the tea so it went bitter, which is a shame, because it tastes so lovely and delicate when brewed correctly. I pour a little cold water on the tea shortly before pouring on the nearly-boiling water.

It’s also fun to brew this in a glass teapot, because the little coils unwind one by one. :>

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160 °F / 71 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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