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Green Snail Spring (Bi Luo Chun)

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  • “So, was in Becca's place, with my broken arm and her tea bags and tea pot, generally feeling rubbish, and Cara brought down the box that had arrived from Blue Lantern Tea. Which made me both very...” Read full tasting note
    Hallieod 73 tasting notes
  • “Tried this delightful tea for the first time this week. It has mellow vegetal taste with a subtle sweetness. After reading the product description, one can almost imagine tasting peach, plums or...” Read full tasting note
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    Cheryl Hennly 9 tasting notes

From Blue Lantern Tea

Green Snail Spring (Bi Luo Chun) is grown in the mountains of Dongting just west of Shanghai. This famed Chinese Green Tea seems to have absorbed the fragrance of the peach, plum and apricot trees that surround the mist covered gardens. our organic Green Snail Spring (Bi Luo Chun) is only produced in spring and is entirely hand made from the unopened bud and one leaf.

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73 tasting notes

So, was in Becca’s place, with my broken arm and her tea bags and tea pot, generally feeling rubbish, and Cara brought down the box that had arrived from Blue Lantern Tea. Which made me both very happy and incredibly frustrated! I was still feeling a little -unsettled – intestinally, everything tasted off, and I couldn’t treat the teas as they deserved. But, a day later, I finally caved and made myself a cup of this as best I could, and it was sheer bliss. Some of that, admittedly, was the relief of having a cup of really good tea taste good, but most of it was the tea. Better tasting note will come, but for now, it was a delightful Chinese green – very, very tasty, vegetal without being sharp or at all bitter, and light touches of sweet fruit that aren’t in any way cloying. Happy face!

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Tried this delightful tea for the first time this week. It has mellow vegetal taste with a subtle sweetness. After reading the product description, one can almost imagine tasting peach, plums or apricots.

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