Made from tea leaves picked from big tree (100-300 years old) grow in BuLang tea mountain in 2014 year.
Before processed into shou cha, it had been put into warehouse for 3 years of natural fermentation.
Sleek silk like smoothness.
Creamy tea liquid has density.
Sweet mouth feeling deep into throat.
Texture shou cha flavor.
Clear taste and clean tea leaves.
Sweet, clean, and delicious shou puerh. Very clean rinse, virtually no dust or tiny bits. First steep produced dark red/brown soup with fruity, woodsy aromas, and rich and surprisingly bright mid-toned flavors along with nice depth. Interesting wood spice. Smooth and clean. Subsequent steeps produced more noticeable camphor notes and sweetness, both of which lingered long at the back of the throat. Too pricey in my opinion for a daily drinker, but a very tasty and unusual young shou for an occasional treat.