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Bi Luo Chun

Green Tea from Jiangsu Province, China, 2023 ► 50% OFF SALE!

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The Dong Ting Bi Luo Chun from Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province. During the Qin Dynasty it was noted as one of the 10 Most Famous Chinese Green Teas, and even these days, it is celebrated among the bests. It was grown in the protected area of Don Shan on Dong Ting Shan, a peninsula in Lake Taihu.

The name translates as "blue snail spring" because of the leaves' spiral shape that resembles a snail house. It is hand-picked and pan-fried. The leaves are delicate and furry, the tiny furs turning the liquor velvety and opaque.

The aroma is sweet, fruity, and slightly grainy. The flavor while mild and mellow, is nectary sweet and fruity with the prevailing notes of dried fruit, jam, and fresh mango.

The tea goes about 5 steeps and needs to be brewed with care. If you are forgetful and brew it for too long, it turns tart.


Origin: Dong Shan, Dong Ting Shan, Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, China
Cultivar: Native cultivars
Picking date: March 8, 2023

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Item code: TCH023

Origin: Jiangsu Prov., CHINA

Ingredients: green tea

Best before: JAN / 2025

Dimensions: 12 x 20 cm

Net weight: 10 g

Unit price: $ / Sazen BAG Clearance Sale!

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How to prepare

3 g
0.1 oz
0.7 US tsp
95°C
203°F
100 ml
3.4 fl oz
100 cc
30 sec.~

STEP 1) Warm your teapot. Pour boiling water into a gaiwan or teapot, let it sit for a little while, then discard all the water.
STEP 2) Fill your pot with tea leaves in a 3g/100ml ratio, pour the boiling water, and brew for 30 seconds.
STEP 3) Serve. Pour the tea into a pitcher, and then into cups.
STEP 4) Brew again.

❖ For the second infusion, steep it for about half the time of the first infusion. For every other infusion steep for about 20 seconds.
❖ Make sure to open the lid of the teapot between infusions, to prevent the leaves from cooking.
❖ Pay attention to the steeping time. Long infusions might turn the tea bitter.
❖ This is how we recommend brewing this tea, but we all have our preferences, so try experimenting to find the way you like it the most.

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