Bi Lo Chun

$ 1.94

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Bi Lo Chun, a green tea from Jiangsu Province in China its traditional source, offers pronounced roasted vegetal flavors of grilled endive, with a somewhat bitter bite. You'll enjoy its charming floral and citrus flavors. This year's is slightly sweeter than other years. 

Ingredients: Green tea. 

Mike's Tea Ratings

Briskness: 1
Body: 2
Aroma: 2
Details: This is a light green tea that has a wonderful mixture of sweetness, vegetal flavors, and a bit of smoke. Bi Lo Chun comes from the tiny Dongting peninsula in Jiangsu Province. It the most northerly grown tea in China.
Dry Leaves: A mixture of dark green, almost bluish gray, spiraled wiry filaments coated in fuzzy yellow down.
Liquor: Pale green, slightly cloudy from the down.
Aroma: Light and sweet, with the roasted sweetness of brown sugar and a vegetal base note. There are baked notes from the drying the leaves on a hot wok.
Caffeine Level: Caffeinated
Body: Light and slightly brisk. The briskness dries the mouth slightly.
Flavors: The faintest hint of flowers is nearly matched by the roasted vegetal flavor. This year's version is sweeter than previous years.
Brewing Time: 2 to 3 minutes
Brewing Temp: 175° Fº