bi lo chun tea
History and Origin of Name
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, this green tea must be harvested during the early spring
(Chun), which results in its white feathery appearance.
Biluochun Tea is one of the ten most famous teas in China. It is locally known
as "Fearful Incense" due to the strong aroma of the brew!
The technique for collecting tea leaves is very complex. Only the
tender tip of the leaf is used for the tea making process. This
part of the leaf should be no longer than one inch long and shaped
like the tip of a spear. One tin of tea uses 60 thousand spears!
It's no surprise then, that some of the finest Chinese teas are
very expensive. The next step in the process is to repeatedly
knead, rub and roll the leaves by hand. The Biluochun tea involves
a particularly labor intensive process but the end result are
leaves that are compact, tender and wonderfully fresh and aromatic.
|Product Details Description|
Our dong ting bi luo chunis only picked one time in spring and rest
the whole year from our cooperative tea farm, where no fertilizers & pesticides are ever used, which you can taste from its delicate & sweet
taste. European standard and high quality guaranteed!
|Place of Origin||hunan, China|
|Price||Welcome your inquiry|
|Payment Terms||50% deposit, balance before delivery or against B/L copy|
|Payment Method||TT/Letter of Credit/ PayPal/ Credit Card/ Western Union/ Moneygram|
|Delivery Time||Within 5-25 working days after receipt of deposit|
|Sample preparation time||2-5 working days after confirmation|
|Delivery option||DHL/UPS/FEDEX/EMS or Others|
|Delivery Cost||Customers commitment|
1. Generally use 4g green tea per 200ml (7oz) water.
2. The water temperature for brewing green tea should be around 80º
3. Pour the hot water over the tea leaves, and wait for about 2
4. Then enjoy the tea. Could brew 3-4 time.
bi luo chun tea health benefits
decrease blood flat, slimming, weight loss