Jiangxi High Mountain Organic Bi Luo Chun Green

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Nutty, Pine, Vegetal
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Caffeine
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Certification
Organic
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Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec 8 oz / 236 ml

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  • “GCTTB I pulled this one out of the box and finally got around to trying it yesterday. This brewed up really dark – a deep golden yellow. I was a little skeptical, and thought that it would be...” Read full tasting note
  • “Simultaneous taste test along with 2 other teas from the GCTTB4 I steeped 1 tsp of this at 80C for 3 minutes and got a very deep yellow liquor. And when I sipped it… it tasted nutty and vegetal,...” Read full tasting note
  • “I love Bi Luo Chun but am surprised to find this is a very different Bi Luo Chun! This tea is not delicate! I brewed at 185 , 1 tsp , 2 min, 8 oz. That’s pretty much my standard for most...” Read full tasting note
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From Yunnan Sourcing

This is a high mountain green tea from Da Zhang mountain in Jiangxi, growing at about 1100 meters this tea is picked, fried, wilted and fried again in a wok to a grey/green dry kernel.

The tea has a nutty oolong aroma and taste. Early infusions hint at pine sap and sugarcane. Taste is strong, nutty and vegetal. Tea soup viscous and golden-green. Not a delicate tea but clean taste and good cha qi that reflect it’s high mountain

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4 Tasting Notes

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GCTTB

I pulled this one out of the box and finally got around to trying it yesterday.

This brewed up really dark – a deep golden yellow. I was a little skeptical, and thought that it would be bitter and undrinkable. But I was pleasantly surprised. Nutty and vegetal. I have no issues with strong tasting green tea’s so this was really tasty to me.

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987 tasting notes

Simultaneous taste test along with 2 other teas from the GCTTB4

I steeped 1 tsp of this at 80C for 3 minutes and got a very deep yellow liquor. And when I sipped it… it tasted nutty and vegetal, but also like honey!

I kept on getting this wash of honey over the back of my mouth! This is delicious. Thank you so much to Ubacat for providing a sample of this in the GCTTB. I don’t order from YS, but this tea is seriously making me rethink that. Mmmm.

Ubacat

I like this one brewed for 1 min best. It’s a great green.

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I love Bi Luo Chun but am surprised to find this is a very different Bi Luo Chun! This tea is not delicate! I brewed at 185 , 1 tsp , 2 min, 8 oz. That’s pretty much my standard for most greens but this one seemed quite strong at 2 min. It brews a golden colour. It’s strong , nutty & vegetal . I occasionally pick up pine sap notes.

It definitely does have good Cha qi. This tea has really given me good energy this morning. Because this is a strong green it kind of reminds me somewhat of some of the young shengs. A very strange Bi Luo Chun! I enjoy this tea but can’t say I love it like my Bi Luo Chun from Royal Tea Bay or Teavivre. It certainly is different. I plan on brewing this with a shorter steep time next time.

I think this is a good tea for those who love shengs or dark tea drinkers that want to try out some greens.

Flavors: Nutty, Pine, Vegetal

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C 2 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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