Biluochun Green Tea Natural Flavor (4 Boxes)
Biluochun is a famous traditional Chinese tea, is a green tea, has more than 1,000 years of history.
Biluochun green tea strings tight knot, curly such as spirals, pekoe exposed, silvery-green hidden Cui, leaf bud young tender, after brewing tea slowly stretch up and down.
Biluochun, named after its tea is a verdant, spiral-shaped tea produced in early spring. Because the aroma of Biluochun is good, the shape is beautiful. In general, we would suggest that tea drinking friends to use a covered bowl or glass to drink Biluochun is more conducive to viewing Biluochun green tea.
Biluochun Green Tea (Source: http://teapedia.org/en/Biluochun)
Biluochun (碧螺春), also known as Pi Lo Chun is a famous green tea originally grown in the Dongting mountain area near Lake Tai, province Jiangsu, China. Biluochun is renowned for its delicate appearance with white hairs, fruity taste, and floral aroma.
The name Biluochun literally means “Green Spring Snail”. The tea is called so because it is rolled into a tight spiral, resembling snail meat, and is cropped early spring. Usually, for Biluochun is picked a bud and a leaf.
Its original name is Xia Sha Ren Xiang (嚇煞人香, “scary fragrance”). Legend tells of its discovery by a tea picker who ran out of space in her basket and put the tea between her breasts instead. The tea, warmed by her body heat, emitted a strong aroma that surprised the girl.
According to the Qing Dynasty chronicle Ye Shi Da Guan, the Kangxi Emperor visited Lake Tai in the 38th year of his rule. At that time, because of its rich aroma, local people called it “Scary Fragrance”. The Kangxi Emperor decided to give it a more elegant name – Biluochun.
Today, Biluochun is cultivated in Dongting, Jiangsu. Biluochun from Dong Shan (East Mountain) is considered the best. Biluochun is also grown in Zhejiang and Sichuan provinces. Their leaves are larger and less uniform. They taste more nutty than fruity and smooth.
Biluochun is divided into seven grades in decreasing order of quality: Supreme, Supreme Ⅰ, Grade Ⅰ, Grade Ⅱ, Grade Ⅲ, Chao Qing Ⅰ, and Chao Qing Ⅱ.
How to Brew Biluochun?
1. Rinse the covered bowl with hot water at about 80 degrees Celsius and discard the hot water.
2. According to the size of the covered bowl, put about 5 grams of Biluochun in the covered bowl.
3. Boil the pure water and wait 10 minutes, or pour hot water into an open container to cool for five minutes then pour 80-85 degrees Celsius hot water into the teapot.
4. Soak the tea leaves for about 5 seconds, then quickly pour the tea into a tea dispenser or cup.
5. Adjust the concentration according to your personal preference, until you feel the loss of tea flavor can be replaced with new tea to repeat the above process.
Glass bubble method:
In a glass of about 3-5 g, pour 80 degrees Celsius of hot water, wait for the tea to stretch.
Biluochun green tea preservation method:
Biluochun belongs to green tea, generally, green tea is suitable for storage at 0-5 °C environment.
- Box size: Length 27 cm, Width 37 cm, Height 7.8 cm.
- Porcelain Jar size: Lenght 28 cm, Width 38 cm, Height 8.5 cm.
- Tea weight: 200 g.
- Box Weight: 1.5 kg.
- Date of production: 2020.
- Shelf life: 1 year.
This Biluochun Green Tea Natural Flavor contains 1 Porcelain Jar, 4 Beautiful Green Boxes, and 1 Big Case.
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