Bi Tan Piao Xue

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Green Tea
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Average preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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  • “This tea is plainly lovely. It smells like a fresh jasmine off a bush and produces an exceptionally smooth, slightly sweet brew. It's very different from other jasmine green teas I've tried because...” Read full tasting note
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The name means “Snowflakes”, so called because the tea leaves resemble snowflakes falling from the sky when infused. Tea connoisseurs typically do not like jasmine scented teas as they are usually made from low quality tea leaves. Snowflakes is an exception. This rare jasmine-scented tea is produced from the finest quality Green tea leaves from Sichuan province of China. Recommended to all Green tea lovers and a must try if you like jasmine-scented teas.
Other names:
Snowflakes, Gan Lu Piao Xue

Taste:
Even the dried leaves have a lovely jasmine fragrance. The liqour taste of sweet jasmine with a hint of vanilla note. This tea serves well cold or hot.

Appearance:
Twisted young and tender tea bud and leaves with jasmine petals.

Origin:
Sichuan Province

$17.20/100g

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86 tasting notes

This tea is plainly lovely. It smells like a fresh jasmine off a bush and produces an exceptionally smooth, slightly sweet brew. It’s very different from other jasmine green teas I’ve tried because it has virtually zero astringency but still maintains a flowery kick to it, probably thanks to real jasmine flowers mixed into the tea leaf. It’s a bit sweeter than I prefer but very pleasant and refreshing to drink.

The brewing can get tricky, anything above 175F totally ruins the taste, making it bitter. If brewed correctly it easily stands up to several infusions.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 30 sec

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