This tastes like a weaker, and far less tasty version of the Shi Feng Long Jing (the only one I’ve had is by Tea Valley). It does have a faint sweetness at the end that is pleasant. But as the description states, it is smokey, and that flavor comes through, especially once the tea has cooled off some. Not a fan. I’m glad I just have a sample, and that I could satisfy my curiosity about this tea cheaply.
Royal Spring Snail Green Tea (Pi Loh Chun)
Based upon its look, “Green Spring Snail Tea” was giving this name by a Chinese emperor in the seventeenth century.
Pi Loh Chun tea is mainly produced in Dong Ting East and West hills near the beautiful Taihu Lake.
It has a smoky green vegetal flavor with lingering crisp finish.