San Xia Bi Luo Chun
$30.00 CAD for 125g
$17.20 – $111.00
Made from the rare Qing Xin Gan Zhi varietal, this unique Taiwanese green tea infuses light and tangy with round, creamy umami notes.
These young tender leaves are hand-picked using organic farming practices, from the San Xia district in Northern Taiwan at an elevation of 1,312 ft.
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