This is a one of a kind tea.
I have been drinking Pi Lo Chun and other naturally flavoured teas like jasmine, apricot, peach, but this one is exceptional.
The aroma is complex, so flowery and aromatic, no bitternetss at all if steeped with 70°C water (65°C in the pot), but very bitter when steeped with higher temperatures.
I recommend steeping for 35 seconds, then 30, then 55.
The tea is grown on Putuo Mountains on Zhoushan Island, Zhejiang by monks.
The whole process is done by monks and it is known as Buddha tea.
You should really try this tea, but never steep it with too high temperatures.

Flavors: Flowers, Peach

150 °F / 65 °C 0 min, 45 sec 3 g 5 OZ / 150 ML

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i’ve been drinking original teas from china for several years since a contact in zhejiang area sends tthem to me through my uncle 2 times a year.
i’ve had all kinds of chinese green tea like mao jian, long jing, fo cha, wu yuan and went on to puer teas of all kinds.



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