Bi Luo Chun Green Tea
A vibrant smooth sweet buttery early season green tea made from young pluckings
If you like this tea you may also enjoy our Bao Zhong or Shan Lin Xi
In more depth...
Tea Maker : Li Family : Sanxia, Taiwan : The Li family operate in a tea model that can be linked back to the days when tea was controlled as a government monopoly - a time when small growers would sell their leaves to government run factories. The Li family produce tea every day of the year in their factory - using skills honed over multiple generations - apart from the winter when tea bushes are dormant.
Origin / Garden name and location : The leaf for this tea is sourced from pesticide free gardens in Sanxia which is in the southwestern part of New Taipei 400m ASL
Harvest Time : Feb 2021 [Pre Qing-Ming]
Cultivar : Young pluckings of Qing Xin Gan Zhi [please read more on Taiwanese cultivars by clicking on this link - this cultivar is the base for many of the famously fragrant high mountain teas in Taiwan which when combined with the terroir and green tea processing explains the profile of this tea]
Plucking standard : Hand Picked young leaves and buds
How to prepare tea [Gaiwan or Taiwan Travel Set]
Amount of tea per pot : 2.5g
Water temperature: 80 C
Infusion / brewing time: 1-2 minutes
Number of infusions: 4
How to enjoy: No sugar, no milk.
How to prepare tea [Western Style]
Amount of tea per cup (200 ml) - 5g (2 teaspoon)
Temperature of water - 80℃ / 176℉
Infusion time - 1-2 mins 1st infusion, 2 minute subsequent.
Number of infusions -4
There is a depth of flavour that develops over multiple infusions of the same leaves.
How to enjoy - No milk, no sugar