Pure Bud Bi Luo Chun Yunnan Black Tea * Spring 2017

Tea type
Black Tea
Ingredients
Black Tea Leaves
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3 g 2 oz / 60 ml

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  • “This is fantastic for gongfu brewing. Starts off with a beautiful aromatic floral note (exactly what the dry tea smells like) and moves on to some chocolate malt flavors in a slow transition. Very...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This stuff is seriously amazing. I am revisiting it today after a long hiatus (meaning it got lost in my piles of tea and I just now uncovered it again). This has a really strong savory almost...” Read full tasting note

From Yunnan Sourcing

This exquisite black tea is made from first flush of spring harvest tea leaves. 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.

Spring 2017 Harvest

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This is fantastic for gongfu brewing. Starts off with a beautiful aromatic floral note (exactly what the dry tea smells like) and moves on to some chocolate malt flavors in a slow transition. Very nice tea, and when I stopped getting much out of the gongfu, I put it in my basket infuser and started brewing western style. This gives a much better western style flavor than just doing that. I’m real happy I picked this tea up.

Preparation
3 g 2 OZ / 60 ML

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790 tasting notes

This stuff is seriously amazing. I am revisiting it today after a long hiatus (meaning it got lost in my piles of tea and I just now uncovered it again). This has a really strong savory almost smoked meaty smell today with overtones of salt. It doesn’t taste smoky though, which is good. It is very savory in flavor and very thick on the tongue. It’s almost like a soup broth. I did steep this for a really long time as well, probably upwards of 6 or 7 minutes.

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