Spring 2010 Bi Luo Chun

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  • “All winter I have been waiting patiently to try the first new teas of 2010....and I finally got my chance this past weekend! During a visit to the wonderful Stone Leaf Teahouse in Middlebury, VT,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I had one sip of this from a friend. It was awesome!!!! My friend is like "I love this tea, it's so mellow" - she's not really into tea Turns out that "mellow" means buttery and soft.. man, I need...” Read full tasting note
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A very light and subtle Taiwanese green tea, picked and processed in late March 2010. Flavors and aromas are both vegetal and slightly fruity.

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All winter I have been waiting patiently to try the first new teas of 2010….and I finally got my chance this past weekend! During a visit to the wonderful Stone Leaf Teahouse in Middlebury, VT, I was pleased to discovered that they had three of the new spring teas in stock, including this Bi Luo Chun that was processed just two weeks before.

I’ve brewed it twice now and have been very impressed with the results. The flavor is (not surprisingly) very fresh and vibrant, but what did surprise me was how durable this tea was. I expected one or two good infusions and then nothing but warm water after that. I was also expecting that I would have to be very careful about my water temperature and infusion time. However, I found that it was nearly impossible to make this tea bitter and it actually responded quite well to near-boiling temperature water.

A real treat; it’s amazing to have tea so fresh!

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I had one sip of this from a friend. It was awesome!!!!
My friend is like “I love this tea, it’s so mellow” – she’s not really into tea
Turns out that “mellow” means buttery and soft.. man, I need more of this tea!

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