Pure Bud Bi Luo Chun Yunnan Black tea * Spring 2014

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  • “So quick note! This one is delicious also! Tastes strongly of sweet potatoes. Lovely tea. Can't write too much more since I'm super exhausted. But going to enjoy the rest of this sample. Thanks,...” Read full tasting note
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    Ostdalost 248 tasting notes
  • “My preference with most of my YS blacks, including the 2013 version of this one, has been 5g + 4oz (rinse) x 15/30/45/sec etc. OR 1/2/5 min. Today I'm just going with simplicity: 1 heaping tsp in...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This. Was. Amazing. I finished the generous share from *boychik* today at work in 2 steepings (large cup sizes). I steeped for 45 seconds, tasted a bit, 1 1/2 minutes and slurped a bit more and...” Read full tasting note
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    nburriss 532 tasting notes

From Yunnan Sourcing

This exquisite black tea is made from first flush March harvest. Simao area pure bud material. Picked when the tea is still just tender little buds, the tea is processed with great care to produce this lovely rolled Bi Luo Chun Black tea.

The taste is potent but smooth with hints of sugarcane and milk chocolate!

For best results we recommend using about 4 to 5 grams per 100ml of water when brewing.

Early March harvest!

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248 tasting notes

So quick note!
This one is delicious also! Tastes strongly of sweet potatoes. Lovely tea.
Can’t write too much more since I’m super exhausted. But going to enjoy the rest of this sample.
Thanks, Boychik! :D

boychik

Glad you liked it :-)

Ost

Thanks again! :D

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3008 tasting notes

My preference with most of my YS blacks, including the 2013 version of this one, has been 5g + 4oz (rinse) x 15/30/45/sec etc.
OR 1/2/5 min.
Today I’m just going with simplicity: 1 heaping tsp in a mug for 3 min.
Any way you make it, this is a delicious mug of tea, toasty, malty, & rich with a creamy caramel & milk chocolate mouth.

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532 tasting notes

This. Was. Amazing.

I finished the generous share from boychik today at work in 2 steepings (large cup sizes). I steeped for 45 seconds, tasted a bit, 1 1/2 minutes and slurped a bit more and then left it in for about 4 minutes. Sweet, deep, malty, cocoa, toasty… man. Second steep I just left in for about 4 minutes before tasting. It was obviously a second steep but still good.

I think I’m in lurve. This must be ordered. Must be. I have now had 3 Bi Luo Chun blacks and I loved them all. I am sensing a pattern.

Cameron B.

Every time I see this tea on Whispering Pines’s website, I’m struck by how beautiful the leaves are! Goldilocks curls! I’m glad it’s delicious, too. :D

Nicole

It is beautiful. And I’m having Whispering Pine’s version this evening. I honestly don’t know which one I prefer. I think it’s whatever one I’m drinking at the time… :)

Sil

bah! stop adding to my wishliit nicole! haha

Nicole

Mwahahaha!

boychik

Another win;)

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