It’s a good value for a 10 year old black pu-erh. I picked this one up at Tea Lucky in Taipei, Taiwan. The proprietor carries a large selection of pu-erh, both young and old.
Like most black pu-erhs, this one lacks many of the subtle flavors and richness found in the green pu-erhs.
Yunan Chi Tse Beeng Cha, 1998
This is a fairly mild black pu-erh cake. It’s not as harsh as a green pu-erh, and is easy drinking at only 10 years. That said, it lacks the subtleties that you will find in aged green pu-erh.
Bonus: The name translates as Yunan Province, seven brothers (or seven sons), round cake, tea.