This green tea is actually quite good. I'm surprised Teaopia has it. The trade name is "Jade Snow":http://www.teaopia.ca/products2.cfm/ID/ ... -Green-TeaThis Green Tea leaf is filled with white tips and is fully produced by hand making it a very desirable Green Tea. This fresh Green Tea from Yunnan has a slight hint of apricot, which makes it a light and refreshing cup. If you are new to Green Tea, Jade Snow’s lightly flavoured aroma may be a good place to start.
It is not flavoured. What you see is what you get. At first I was put off by the prospect of giving Teaopia more of my money. However, I can recommend this tea with absolutely no reservations. It's light, fresh, tasty, hard to overbrew.
My question is, what is this tea's actual name? Is it some sort of bi luo chun, some other kind of Chinese green? "jade Snow" is just marketing-speak.