Spring Snail Green Tea, also known as Pi Lo Chun, originates from the west side of the Dong Ting Mountains in the Jiang Su Province of China. The area provides an ideal environment of mist and clouds all year round for the growing tea trees and is harvested only once a year in early spring. The name comes from a 17th century Emperor of China who noted that the spiral-shaped leaves looked like tiny snail shells.
Origin: Jiang Su, China Brew: Pale yellow Benefits: May boost metabolism and energy levels, may help reduce risk of heart disease Flavor: Smoky green herbaceous flavor with lingering crisp finish Caffeine Content:
How to Brew
Start with filtered water for the best brew.
Use 1 teaspoon of tea for every 8 oz. of hot water. Adjust amount to your preferences.