Bi Luo Chun

Tea type
Green Tea
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Flavors
Cream, Grass, Nutty, Savory, Vegetal, Bitter, Drying, Herbs
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185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 0 sec 4 g 13 oz / 384 ml

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  • “Rich, but with a light body. That’s the contradiction of this delicious small-leaf variety. Usually I attribute this sort of rich texture to large leaves like Liu’An Guapian or Tai Ping Hou Kui....” Read full tasting note
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  • “Another sample I took home from Dobra. Have been away from my tea the last week as I am in the ICU and worked 90+ hrs last week ughhh. But today is my day off and I’m reunited at last! This is my...” Read full tasting note
    87
  • “A fairly straightforward green tea, more delicate than some other Chinese greens I’ve tried. It has a slightly dry, slighty bitter herbal taste that reminds me of ‘gunpowder green’ tea, but more...” Read full tasting note
    60

From Dobra Tea

Blue-Green Spirals of Spring from Tai Lake

This tea is made exclusively by hand in Dong Shan, on the gently sloping shores of Lake Tai. When gently brewed, the tea blossoms with a fruity, softly herbal, and gracefully rich taste. As the wild spirals of these silvery and dark green leaves unfurl dynamically in the tea pot, a tender ecstasy arises.

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3 Tasting Notes

86
108 tasting notes

Rich, but with a light body. That’s the contradiction of this delicious small-leaf variety. Usually I attribute this sort of rich texture to large leaves like Liu’An Guapian or Tai Ping Hou Kui. And yet these small leaves really soak into the water for a cloudy and mouth-filling infusion. This tea is also fairly tippy, which definitely accounts for its airy body and artichoke green flavor. There’s a hint of dryness in the aftertaste, but the light vegetable flavor stays on the front of the tongue for a while.

Preparation
190 °F / 87 °C 0 min, 45 sec

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Another sample I took home from Dobra. Have been away from my tea the last week as I am in the ICU and worked 90+ hrs last week ughhh. But today is my day off and I’m reunited at last!

This is my first Bi Luo Chun and I’m intrigued. Rolled into curls, but not balls like a ball-rolled oolong. It is primarily savory and not particularly “green” tasting like other green teas. The smallest leaved green tea I’ve tried.

No bitterness or astringency. No sweetness either. I don’t get any fruity notes as some websites say Bi Luo Chun often has. Longevity is 5+ infusions. Aftertaste is rich and creamy.

Dry leaves: Vegetal.
Wet leaves: Same
Flavor: Savory, nutty, grass, creamy.

Flavors: Cream, Grass, Nutty, Savory, Vegetal

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60
135 tasting notes

A fairly straightforward green tea, more delicate than some other Chinese greens I’ve tried. It has a slightly dry, slighty bitter herbal taste that reminds me of ‘gunpowder green’ tea, but more complex and better balanced.

Flavors: Bitter, Drying, Grass, Herbs

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec 4 g 13 OZ / 384 ML

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