So here I am with the second review of the samples I got from nannuoshan.
The Bi Luo Chun Qing Ming was a little to bitter for my taste in the first infusion and I could not distinguish well the flavor. So I repeated the infusion with the remaining leaves at much lower temperature; I think around 70-75°C (the samples was just enough for just two gaiwan-brewings). Bitterness was gone and I could appreciate the sweet taste of the tea, that I definitely prefered to the first infusion!

Flavors: Fruity, Grass, Sweet

170 °F / 76 °C 1 min, 0 sec 3 g 5 OZ / 150 ML

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Artist and tea lover. I drink especially teas from China and Japan and I prefer non-flavored tea. My passion for tea has become stronger since my 2-months trip to Japan, last year, where I was drinking only loose leaf teas from the morning until the evening. I’m now curious to discover more about the different kind of teas and tastes.



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