Pi Lo Chun Green Tea (碧螺春綠茶) which means Spring green snail in Chinese was a name given to the tea by the Emperor Kang Xi in the seventeenth or eighteenth century as he felt the tea looked like tiny green snails. This tea can be found grown in China and Taiwan. The growing conditions for Pi lo Chun Green Tea are very strict and rare. Trees that grow peaches, plums and apricot are planted besides the tree so that it can absorb their respective fragrances, which results in the teas special aroma and flavour. Besides the neighbouring trees, the environments it is grown in also is misty and humid thanks to evaporation of water in a nearby lake.
Taste: Mellow and smooth, sweet fruity and floral taste, refreshing and brisk, lingering sweet aftertaste
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