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Bi Luo Chun is one of China’s most famous green teas. While Dong Ting Mountain is an old tea producing area dating back to the Tang Dynasty (619-907), Bi Luo Chun become very popular during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and later a Tribute Tea during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). There are many stories about how this tea was named, but the important characteristics are the deep green color (Bi), the curled dried tea shape similar to a snail (Luo). In addition, it must be harvested during the early spring (Chun), which results in its white feathery appearance. There are five main fresh water lakes in China, the 3rd biggest being Tai Hu (Tai Lake) in Jiangsu Province. Within and around the lake is Dong Ting Mountain where Bi Luo Chun originates. Dong Ting actually refers to two mountains known as Dong Shan (East) seated on the eastern edge of the lake and Xi Shan (West) which sits on an island within Tai Hu. The taste and aroma varies between Bi Luo Chun harvested from these two mountains. Dong Shan Bi Luo Chun has darker and bigger leaves with a rich taste. Xi Shan Bi Luo Chun has tender leaves with a gentle taste. We selected Bi Luo Chun from Xi Shan because of the influence of the numerous fruit trees that grow on the island. The fruit trees provide shade for the tea bushes resulting in a mildly sweet flavor and fruity aroma.

Location: Su Zhou Dong Ting Mountain, Jiang Su Province
Tea Bush: Premium Bi Lou Chun Green Tea Bush
Tea Maker: Chen Su An
Harvest Time: October 2018
Picking Standard: 1 bud with some slightly opened leaves
Brewing vessel: glass cup, gaiwan, glass or porcelain pot, yixing pot
Brewing Guidelines: Warm up the teapot with hot water then fill 1/3 of the tea pot with tea leaves. Pour water boiled to about 75°C and wait 40 seconds for the first brew. Allow an additional 5 to 10 seconds for the following brews according to personal preference.
Infusions: at least 3 times
Storage: Best keep in a cool & dry place and no direct sunlight
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