|品牌Brand：||永合豐 雀石茗茶WHF Twin Birds||产地Origin：||江苏苏州 太湖 洞庭山 Suzhou, Jiangsu, China|
|品名Name：||苏州太湖 洞庭山 碧螺春 Bi Luo Chun/Pi Lo Chun||保质期Shelf Life:||18months|
|分类Sort：||烘青绿茶 Green Tea||等级Level:||特级 Supreme|
|采摘Season:||谷雨前 Spring||Caffeine Level：||☆☆☆|
Curly buds and tiny leaves covered in abundant white fuzz, spiral-shaped like a snail’s shell, tender and thin
Sweet, fruity, floral aroma. Light yellowish-green with floating fuzz
Store in airtight, opaque packaging; in cool, dry place
Bi Luo Chun Spring Snail Green Tea #1110
Bi Lo Chun, originates from the west side of the Dong Ting Mountains in the Jiang Su province of China. The area provides an ideal environment of mist and clouds all year round for the growing tea trees and is harvested only once a year in early spring. The name comes from a 17th century Emperor of China who noted that the spiral-shaped leaves looked like tiny snail shells. According to the manufacturer:
Biluochun from Wing Hop Fung is selected from the original producing area of Dongting Mountain in Taihu Lake. It is tea leaves picked in early Spring, carefully made by professional teamakers. On the surface of Taihu Lake, the water vapor rises, the mist is lingering, the air is humid, the soil is slightly acidic or acidic, and the soil texture is loose. It is very suitable for growing tea trees. Because of the interplanting of tea trees and fruit trees, Biluochun tea has a special flower fragrance.
The tea taste is described as: Sweet, fruity, floral aroma, the color Light yellowish-green with floating foam. Store the dry tea leaves in airtight, opaque packaging; in acool, dry place. The shelf life is 18 months.
Tea brewing: the Chinese Gaiwan or Gongfu method of brewing using a small yixing tea pot and little tasting cups. It is a time-honored tea ceremony to be enjoyed with friends. First the pot and cups are warmed by pouring boiling water in them which is discarded. Then dry tea leaves are placed in the empty warm teapot, keeping the lid on for 10-20 seconds to awaken the aroma. Lift the lid to enjoy the fragrance. Then add boiling water to the pot, swish it around, rinse the tea for 5 seconds and discard the water. That prepares the tea leaves. Finally boiling water is added and briefly steeped as shown:
|Brewing Method:||Tea cup||Chinese Gaiwan|
|Water volume：||8.8oz / 250ml||3.8oz / 110ml|
|Temperature：||176℉ / 80℃||176℉ / 80℃|
|Brewing time:||2 - 4 mins||3 steeps: 15 s, 20 s, 25 s|