Spring comes early in Yunnan! A mild sunny winter, quickly gives way to spring which allows for this fresh and nutty green tea. It is composed entirely of buds and leaves picked in the middle of February. If not over-steeped or scalded (use 85C water) it can be infused up to 8 times!.How does this tea differ from Premium Grade Pure Bud Bi Luo Chun?
1. The cost is cheaper!
2. It is composed of one leaf and one bud.
3. The flavor: It is nuttier and bit stronger.
4. The liquor: The liquor is deeper green.
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