2019 Spring Laoshan Bilochun

Tea type
Green Tea
Ingredients
Green Tea Leaves
Flavors
Fruity, Vegetal
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
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Edit tea info Last updated by LuckyMe
Average preparation
185 °F / 85 °C

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  • “Drank this one at work. Didn’t bother measuring or timing anything and just winged it for a change. This is almost a year old but it has kept well in the fridge. Slight fruity with vegetal notes...” Read full tasting note
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From Verdant Tea

Classic Laoshan Bilochun is picked after the He Family removes the protective greenhouse coverings from their tea at the end of the cold season. After two years of cold winters and small harvests, the 2019 spring has finally yielded a long, mild and temperate spring season. The hand-twisting and slow finishing process of bilochun is Mr. He’s personal favorite, making this his own daily go-to tea. Hand-processing brings out even thicker texture and sweeter creamier flavors than classic Laoshan Green.

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Drank this one at work. Didn’t bother measuring or timing anything and just winged it for a change. This is almost a year old but it has kept well in the fridge. Slight fruity with vegetal notes of zucchini, soybeans, and aloe.

With this sip down, I’ve officially cleared out my once massive stash of Verdant green tea. I’m now down to just a few teaspoons of Japanese greens and a YS green tea that hasn’t aged well. As someone who drinks green tea daily, I’m a little nervous about running out soon. Looks like I’ll have to reach for my oolongs, whites, and blacks more frequently until new spring greens are available.

Flavors: Fruity, Vegetal

Preparation
185 °F / 85 °C
ashmanra

Teavivre has three greens ready to ship, and one of them is a favorite of mine – Huang Shan Lao Feng. I can hardly wait to get the fresh batch, but I am trying to sip down LOTS before ordering.

ashmanra

*Mao Feng

LuckyMe

Thanks, I saw a bunch of green teas on Teavivre too but was bummed to see that they’ve stopped offering samplers. 50g-100g minimum is a bit much :-(

Yunnan Sourcing has quite a few greens including Anji Bai Cha which was my favorite one last year. I might just order from them once a few more teas roll out

tea-sipper

Yeah, I was wondering about Teavivre not having samples anymore… maybe it’s temporary because of the virus?

Kittenna

I hope it’s temporary!

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