2010 Spring Premium Bi Luo Chun

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  • “This wonderful tea arrived in my mailbox yesterday. The leaves are thin, tiny and curly. Very green with little tiny white hairs. I brewed this in my gaiwan and used a strainer to pour...” Read full tasting note
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Dongshan Bi Luo Chun(东山碧螺春) is from the East Moutain of Tai Lake in Shuzhou city, Jiangxi province. There are two mountains in the Tai Lake, which is situated in two different directions, east and west. Thereby, it is called Dongshan(east mountain) and Xi mountain(West mountain). Both mountains are famous for its tribute tea Bi Luo Chun(green snail spring literally), especially the east mountain.

Bi Luo Chun is renowned for its so-called scary fragrance, which traces back its growing environment. There are many peach trees, plum, loquat, guava, almond and some other fruit tea trees, so that is why Bi Luo Chun is famous for its fruity taste and aroma.

Our Bi Luo Chun is from pre-qingming period in the east mountain; Directly purchase from the tea farmers. Super high floral aroma, fruity taste and aftersweetness. A good tea to drink in the morning after breadfast or afternoon to refresh yourself.

Tea tree: Local old bush

Harvest time: 2010 spring, pre-qingming(before April 5)

Picking standard: One bud with one or two leaves

Shape: Tight, spiral

Dried tea color: dark green with lots of silver tea hair

Aroma: fresh, floral and fruity aroma.

Taste: super fresh, long-lasting sweetness and high fruity taste.

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This wonderful tea arrived in my mailbox yesterday.

The leaves are thin, tiny and curly. Very green with little tiny white hairs.

I brewed this in my gaiwan and used a strainer to pour it from the gaiwan to my teacup, but, I’m happy to report that very few of the leaves (maybe 3?) escaped.

The flavor is very fresh, sweet and fruity. I am really liking this a lot. It is certainly an excellent tea to enjoy with the spicy Szechuan food that I’m eating for dinner. Fire-y hot (and delicious) tamed by the sweet cup of tea. A really lovely culinary experience.

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185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec

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