Biluochun has a 1,000 year history. According to Casual Watching Record, "The tea growing in Dongting Mountain looks like mustard, is slender, and tastes very sweet and fragrant. And it's named after its extremely strong aroma." When Emperor Kangxi making his southern tour to Dongting, he drank the tea and loved the tea immediately. And he granted the tea the name of Biluochun, taking it from tight knots, being curled like snails and taken in early spring. Since then, Biluochun became a tributed tea and famous all over the world. Biluochun: "Biluochun" tea cube tight knot, and its curling as conch. And as you see, the tea leaves are very bright green and tender. After brewing, the tea slowly stretch, roaring up and down. And the tea water also very green, fragrance, tasting sweet, which was considered as tribute as early as the tang period. Biluochun, one of the most famous green tea in china. As we can see, the tea leaves is slender, and has a little curl, tea water is very green. After brewing, the tea tastes sweet and smells fragance. Drink green tea 10 grams every day, 30% of the physiological need iron can be obtained and also Zinc. The people who often often drink green tea to zinc intake 30 mg per day, more than not drinkers 16 mg. And the green tea contains abundant nutrients human body needed such as protein, vitamins and trace elements, etc. Green tea is suitable for neither men or women. Brewing Tips: Brew 5g (0.18oz) in 225ml (8 fl oz) water at 76℃(170℉) for 2 minutes. Strain and add more water to the leaves for a second and third infusion.