Ming Qian Super Single Bud Bi Luo Chun
Tea is waiting for a person who understands it, and people are waiting for a cup of tea. With the time of a cup of tea, you can make friends with someone! What kind of tea can be used to describe our memories of spring? That must be Biluochun. Today I will share with you the second green tea of my tea house, Biluochun, a green tea with spring hidden in its name. Biluochun has a history of more than 1,000 years and its production area is in the west of Wuzhong District, Suzhou City. It is the misty Taihu Lake. The water area of more than 2,000 square kilometers brings a unique climate, which makes Biluochun in a fairyland surrounded by clouds and mists all year round. So many tea lovers will wonder why Biluochun brings people the feeling of spring. Dongting Biluochun production area is a well-known tea-fruit intercropping area in China. Tea trees are interlaced with peach, plum, apricot, plum, persimmon, orange, ginkgo, pomegranate, Quancheng red, Quancheng green and other fruit trees. The tea trees and fruit branches are connected with each other, and the roots are underground. The veins are connected, the tea smells fruity, and the flower scented tea tastes the natural quality of Biluochun's floral and fruity flavor. The floral fragrance of the tea is not only related to the way Biluochun is planted, but also because of the uniqueness of its picking. Before the Qingming Festival, the quality is the most precious. The Biluochun recommended today only picks pure and tender buds. Therefore, the taste is extremely fresh and sweet. After picking the tender buds and leaves of Biluochun, they need to be carefully screened to remove the buds that do not meet the requirements to ensure that each A tender bud is the strongest and the healthiest. Therefore, the tender and full buds exude the fragrance of flowers and fruits, whether it is a personal appreciation in the warm spring afternoon, or a meeting with three or five confidants to share, a cup Bi Luo Chun can always bring unlimited spring. If you want to taste this Ming Qian Bi Luo Chun, please place an order on my website: www.txs-tea.com.