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Bi Lo Chun (batch 2017)

Green tea

Bi Lo Chun (batch 2017)

Bi Lo Chun Green Tea

Emerald clean tea full of life-giving energy for body and soul
Package:Pack 50g (50 cups of tea)

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Price: ₪34

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Province Fujian

The name Bi Lo Chun is related to its main features: “Bi” — rich green color, “Lo” — the form of a curled tea leaf resembling a snail and “Chun” is early spring, the season of harvesting this tea. This tender and surprisingly refreshing and aromatic tea is grown in the mountain area of Dun Tin in the east of China, where tea plantations are mixed with fruit gardens. Taller fruit trees protect the tea plants from summer heat and winter cold but they also imbibe the tea leaves with a unique aroma — the white fur on the leaves absorbs bright scents of the blooming fruit trees. A short and reduced processing preserves the maximum of healthy elements, of which the tea leaf has an abundance. The leaves are manually twisted into spirals. Bi Lo Chun is in the “golden three” of the best green teas in China together with Longjing and Mao Feng.

Bi Lo Chun is a refreshing and energizing green tea, enhancing mental and physical working capacity. It is rich with amino acids and polyphenol compounds, contributing to general health, and antioxidants, vitamins and microelements.

The tender emerald brew has a flower and honey aroma and fresh, slightly fruit flavor with melon notes in the aftertaste. Brewing of the “Emerald Spirals of Spring” is a beautiful process, which is why we recommend using transparent tea ware. The secret is that the water is not poured onto the tea, but the leaves are put into the water. First the tea leaves will drop to the bottom but soon they will unwrap and a “dance of snowflakes” will begin — tea leaves will take a vertical position and start to go up and down. This inspiring view will turn a plain tea party into an exquisite ceremony.

Way of cooking

Brew with boiled mineral water cooled down to a temperature of 80–85°C, based on 1–2 teaspoons of leaves per 200 ml. Infuse for 3–4 minutes, then strain and pour into cups. We recommend repeated brewing of the tea leaves.

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