14 Tasting Notes
I prefer this better to the dixing that it is compared with in the description. It had a little storage funkiness when I got it but has since improved. A n ice everyday semi aged tea.
This was my first puerh way back when and it still has a special place in my har and tea cabinet. It can be brewed to produe many different flavors. the surface of the brick is covered with golden buds and the center is filled with large leaf. a very nice aged shu at an awesome price I believe I payed under fifteen dollars a brick but that was a few years ago.
Super tea easily the best puerh ever created. I have heard people say that they prefer this to the red mark. I can believe it. Its durability is never ending I brewed this tea for almost three weeks.
This is a unique tea. The taste is very nice. I can not say how much it has changed over the years. what makes this tea unique is the strong caffeine jolt mixed with the calming energy that develops in aged teas.
This is a very good example of an aged liu an. It starts off with a little wierd taste from storage (not bad just different). But when most teas are starting to fade this tea is just waking up. Becoming quite tasty. The durability of this tea is impressive. I have had pots of this tea last almost a week with extended brewing. there are very few aged liu an teas available online this is a good one.
Verdant tea is ripping people off selling this ten dollar bottom shelf Puerh for well over a hundred dollars trying to pass it off as a boutique production. This is a great tea for ten dollars. Which it what it cost from other vendors. The fact that verdant tea is selling this tea for a hundred some odd dollars means they either are dishonest or know nothing about Puerh.
This tea is just incredibly pure even the leaves look it. Very smooth and lite mushroomy citrus tastes a faint pleasant bitterness. A very delicate nuanced young sheng.