Centuries ago, Bi Luo Chun (Green Snail Spring) was deemed so remarkable that it was served as a tribute tea to China’s royal families. Though tribute teas may now be a custom of the past, Bi Luo Chun’s majesty continues to prove why the tea held such an honor in the first place. Hailing from Jiangsu province, Bi Luo Chun consists solely of the youngest, most tender leaves and their buds, each plucked from tea trees nestled within the groves of succulent fruit trees. It is these fruit trees that are said to lend a hand in creating the tea’s famous fruity aroma and soothing flavor.
Yezi Tea’s Bi Luo Chun is both bright and bold while still remaining incredibly mellow. Notes of warm chestnuts, roasting camp fire wood, and leafy greens will meet you upon first sip, intermingling seamlessly to create a flavor profile that will captivate the palate of any tea lover. The tea’s sweet liquor is velvety smooth and the astringency that some may associate with green tea is barely to be found. When hot, let the wafting aroma of fruits and sweet rice carry you away to a place of comfort. When allowed to cool, Bi Luo Chun’s sweetness is amplified and the tea presents itself as a refreshing and energizing treat. Whether you are in need of a morning pick me up, an evening wind down, or perhaps a gift for a king, Yezi’s Bi Luo Chun is a Jack-of-all-trades, and may just become the queen of your heart.
I love, love this tea. It has nice fragrance, good taste. Pretty yellowish greenish color. The only thing I don't like about it is the after taste. It leaves slightly sour taste in your mouth. But other than that this tea is one of my favorite.
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