White Bi Luo Chun (Tribute Grade)

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165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 30 sec

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Canton Tea Co is a London-based tea company trading in high grade, whole leaf Chinese tea. We have exclusive access to some of the best jasmine, white, green, oolong, black and authentic puerh teas available. In our first year, we scooped Six Golds at the 2009 Guild of Fine Food Great Taste Awards. Our Jasmine Pearls won the top three star gold award, endorsing it as the best available in the UK.

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A very tasty Bi Luo Chun with elements of grass, sugar snap peas, flowers and honeysuckle. Excellent quality leaves complete with silver haired tips and a pungent aroma.

Bi Luo Chun always gives me a tea buzz :)

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 2 min, 30 sec
Dag Wedin

Yeah, one of my favorite greens. I find the white bi lou chun to be a bit tough to brew right. have to go really cool. it turns astringant/bitter very easily.

KittyLovesTea

I know what you mean, one day it can be too strong and the next day it’s mellow. I might have a go at brewing the Chinese way according to Teavivre. It’s towards the bottom of the page, seen similar instructions for brewing Long Jing too. Must try it, maybe tomorrow.

http://www.teavivre.com/info/brew-bi-luo-chun-green-tea/

Starfevre

I am so sad that I have never experienced a tea buzz or a tea high. I suspect it has to do with the fact that I don’t react to caffeine, but it still makes me sad. You are lucky.

Bonnie

Starfleet, the caffeine conveys the l-theanine to the brain but doesn’t cause the tea high. You never know what tea will effect you. Fresher, pure tea is a better bet and many people say white, some green and oolong tea’s give a buzz ( or sense of well-being). For me, it’s a certain white tea and puerh. Most puerhs make me feel good and all fresh sourced tea’s.

Starfevre

Ah, thanks, that was informative! I guess I’ll have to keep trying then.

KittyLovesTea

The only tea that makes me tea drunk/high are pungent greens. If I steep it a little stronger than recommended and drink two pots in quick succession it makes me feel very relaxed and happy and my eyes feel warm and tired. Also get a little light headed sometimes. Keep trying Starfevre you will never know when it may work for you. :)

Dag Wedin

Strong sheng does it for me. :)

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