I’m guessing that this is typical, run-of-the-mill, puerh tea, hence, its agreeable price. The taste is “earthy” but not disagreeable. No bells or whistles, and quite mild in body. The brick itself is extremely dry and brittle. The physical effect is nice; it’s quite drinkable — one could do much worse for an everyday puerh tea! By the third infusion, this has the feel of a very satisfying puerh tea, but still nothing to write home about. I consider this a “value” tea, rather than a stellar standout.
2008 Bulang Wild Arbor Brick Export to Korea
This tea brick wrapper is broken due to shipping.
A re-stocked item. Last year we got a small quantity of this brick, and it was sold out quickly. The brick came from the same company that made our American Hao 0801. It used to have a very nice packing in a hand made bamboo basket, selling at over $ 30 in Korea market. Due to an agreement made between the vendor and the buyer, the brick should not be sold domestically inside China in its original form, so the inner ticket was taken off brutely, and a low grade plain paper was used to wrap the brick. Consider myself lucky to get hold of it.
It has to be good for our clients as we read so many good reviews on it. An effort was made to get the remaining stock, and it is still limited in quantity.
Grab yours before it’s gone again.Green Pu-erh Tea Brick 250g/8.82 ounces Vintage 2008 Premium class Loose tea leaves Caffeine: Moderate