Jasmine green tea : Path of Green Snail

Path of Green Snail

Sort of Tea - Mo Li Bi Luo Chun



Origin - Jiangsu Province

Path of Green Snail
Path of Green Snail
Path of Green Snail

Mo Li Bi Luo Chun is produced by adding jasmine to Bi Luo Chun, China’s unique tea, grown in the ancient cities of Dongting and Taihu Jiangsu Province, China’s age-old tea-producing area. According to the legend, Emperor Kangxi (1662-1722) who once went on a journey to the southern parts of the country bestowed the honor of his visit upon these lands. The Emperor was offered tea, the emerald-green leaves of which were curled in the shape of dainty spirals. Having been impressed by the daintiness of the delicate leaves, the Emperor has come up with a name of Bi Luo Chun. On plantations the tea grows in the shade of peach, plum and pomegranate trees, and when processed, soaks up the fragrance of freshly picked jasmine blossoms. This is why the tea’s emerald-green infusion combines a full-bodied tea aroma with a vivid fruity-floral scent.

 

Sort of Tea - Mo Li Bi Luo Chun

Origin - Jiangsu Province, China

Contents according to the Chinese classification: elite green tea, jasmine blossoms

Brewing method: pour 300 ml of water at 75-85˚С over 3 grams of tea leaves (2 teaspoons). Up to 3 subsequent brews are possible.

Net weight: 150 gram