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Green Tea
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Flavors
Butter, Grass, Nutty
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185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 0 sec

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  • “Just quick notes for now. Had a few pots of this tea and I'm just not loving it as much as Dragon Tea Houses Bi Luo Chun. This version is much weaker and less astringent than I was expecting. That...” Read full tasting note
    KittyLovesTea 1067 tasting notes
  • “I just got my Bi Luo Chun from Royal Tea Bay yesterday. It doesn't look like the picture on this one. It looks like Teavirve's Bi Luo Chun. In comparison, it is excellent! Buttery , nutty,...” Read full tasting note
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From Royal Tea Bay Co. Ltd.

Biluochun tea known as cord coiled into a spiral, screw, in full, silvery white hair, faint scent hidden cui quietly elegant, fresh and pure GanHou, long aftertaste, the green is clear, the bright green leaves. “Biluochun tea”, one of Chinese top 10 tea. Belongs to the green tea. Produced in Jiangsu province Suzhou City dongting mountain of Taihu, Taihu water, water mist rising, leisurely, the air is moist, slightly acidic and acidic soil, loose texture, very suitable for the growth of tea. According to historical records, Biluochun tea enjoyed a good reputation way back in the Sui and Tang Dynasties over a thousand years ago. Legend has it that Emperor Kangxi of the Qing Dynasty tasted the famous tea that is green in color and shaped like a spiraling snail. The emperor lavished his praises on the tea and named it “Biluochun” (literally meaning “Green Snail Spring”).

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1067 tasting notes

Just quick notes for now. Had a few pots of this tea and I’m just not loving it as much as Dragon Tea Houses Bi Luo Chun. This version is much weaker and less astringent than I was expecting. That may suit some people but I liked having a green tea with a large kick, felt like I was drinking rocket fuel. This is just sooo mild though in comparison, not sure if it’s just regional or quality change but so far this is not something I would buy again.

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I just got my Bi Luo Chun from Royal Tea Bay yesterday. It doesn’t look like the picture on this one. It looks like Teavirve’s Bi Luo Chun. In comparison, it is excellent! Buttery , nutty, sweet grass. It has that same wonderful sweet mossy grassy smell. Love it. I’m giving this the same rating as Teavirve’s.

Flavors: Butter, Grass, Nutty

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 0 sec
mrmopar

Royal Tea Bay have always been impressive sellers. I remember when I was like the 6th or 7th feedback on Ebay they had. I still buy from them because they perform extremely well.

Ubacat

I know what you mean. I feel I let them down a bit because I left such a great review on Teavirve’s Bi Luo Chun and this one was very short. It was only because I had that one first. They pretty much are exactly alike. I really love the free shipping too. I only ordered the one item. I’m sold on this seller! Thanks for recommending them.

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