Biluochun Green Tea

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Green Tea
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Green Tea
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  • “There are some tea descriptors, like round, that I can’t help but roll my eyes at. Though after a bit of research I’ve found that round as a flavor descriptor means: “Round: A wine that has a good...” Read full tasting note
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Notes:Seaweed, Beans with a Vegetal Flavor

It fills your mouth with a thick sweet bean taste. Close your eyes after drinking this tea. You might see a green landscape scenery of a garden covered with astonishing vegetation in your head.

Most people never heard of “Biluochun,” while we are obsessed with its refreshing qualities. Even with a gradual decline in yields, we proudly bring you this superior and limited Taiwanese green tea.

Made by an experienced tea master who has spent over 30 years of dedication to making the finest green tea and persisted in small-batch natural farming. The shiny dark green pekoe produces a fresh sweet bean flavor that differentiates it from oolong’s flowery taste —— “Biluochun Green Tea” is all about dedicated focus.

◎ Biluochun Green Tea|Brewing Tips ◎

This tea leaves contain lots of tender pekoe, use lower water temperature to ensure the rounded and soft mouthfeel.

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There are some tea descriptors, like round, that I can’t help but roll my eyes at. Though after a bit of research I’ve found that round as a flavor descriptor means: “Round: A wine that has a good sense of body that is not overly tannic.” If we apply this to tea it can mean the same. And when steeped properly is a subjective descriptor of this tea. With my first steep it made subjective sense without the meaning. The mouthfeel was soft and round made sense. However, with the second steep some tannins punched my face because I wasn’t paying attention; not rounded. The flavors are vegetal and grassy. First steep is very smooth but as you progress each session becomes a bit more tannic.

Here’s where I found the descriptors. I know Wiki isn’t the best to source things from but I thought this was helpful regardless. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wine_tasting_descriptors

Lastly, thank you to Vallhallow for this sample!

ashmanra

Thanks for the link! Every day is for learning!

derk

Drinking tea all these years and you’re still making personal discoveries :) To echo ashmanra, thanks for the link!

Skysamurai

Life is study. :D

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