Biluochun is a traditional Chinese famous tea, one of the top ten famous teas in China. It belongs to the category of green tea and has a history of more than 1,000 years. Biluochun is produced in East Dongting Mountain and West Dongting Mountain in Taihu Lake, Wu County, Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province, so it is also called "Dongting Biluochun".
It was listed as a tribute during the Tang Dynasty, and the ancients also called Biluochun "Kung Fu Tea" or "New Blood Tea". Beginner Biluochun, the delicate tea buds 0.5 kg dry tea needs 60,000-70,000 tea buds. The dried tea strips are tightly knotted after being fried, and the white husks are revealed. The color is silvery green, and the turquoise is attractive. It is curled into a snail. It is produced in spring and is called "Biluochun". After the tea is brewed, the white cloud is turned in the cup, and the fragrance is invaded. It is a famous tea in China. "Everywhere in Dongting, Feicui, Biluo Chunxiang are drunk.