Dong Ting Bi Luo Chun Green Tea (Pi Lo Chun)

Bi Luo Chun green tea (also known as Pi Lo Chun) is one of the ten most famous Chinese tea. It was originated from Dong Ting mountain area in SuZhou city. Dong Ting Bi Luo Chun offers beautiful tender leaves, sweet, buttery taste, and floral aroma. Watch out for faked Dong Ting Bi Luo Chun on the market.


Bi Luo Chun

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Pre-Ming Dong Ting Dong Shan Bi Luo Chun Green Tea (Pi Lo Chun) (ǰɽݴ)

A premium Bi Luo Chun tea from Dong Shan Tea Factory, a famous Bi Luo Chun producer in Jiang Su. Bi Luo Chun from Dong Ting Dong Shan (East Mountain) is considered the best.

This pre-Ming Bi Luo Chun is few early spring harvest. It offers amazing flora/fruity aroma that can only be found in authentic Bi Luo Chun and carries Chinese Green Food Certificate.

Its beautiful downy hair covered tender leaves and buds, and buttery, mellow, smooth, sweet taste all speak for its superior quality. You will fall in love with this Bi Luo Chun.

We also carry Dong Ting Bi Luo Chun Tasting Set, a perfect way to taste different grades of Bi Luo Chun

Harvest Time: March 20 to March 31, 2010

TeaHub Grade: ****

This tea can last 3-5 infusions.

Brewing Instruction: Apply 3-4 g Bi Luo Chun tea leaves to an uncovered ceramic teapot, add 1/3 teapot 100°C hot water and brew for 30-40 seconds, then add 2/3 teapot 60°C hot water and brew for 20-30 seconds.

Special Bi Luo Chun Brewing Instruction: Add 80°C hot water to a glass, wait for 30 seconds then apply 3-4g Bi Luo Chun tea leaves to the water (tea leaves will fall to the bottom of the glass and the tiny white hairs will float to the top of the glass, very amazing!) and brew for 40 seconds. For second infusion, add 1 glass 70°C hot water and brew for 40 seconds.

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