This is an example of a rare gem of puerh as Chinese grocery store style tins of tea are very rarely that high quality. This is a traditional stored ripe puerh that also has some green puerh mixed in with it. While it has an earthy/traditional stored taste to it, unlike other cheap and low quality puerhs I would call this a good earthy puerh with a sweet taste that is not musty. Quite honestly this one is good enough that if I could buy it in person at a local store I might not actually bother ordering that much puerh online as this is a really good one.
Nor Sun Pu-Erh (Bo Nay)
Pu-erh tea is a special product of Nan Nor mountain, in Yunnan Province, China. Having the advantage of the local weather and rich soil, the tea when infused gives a rich redish colour fragrance. Its mild and natufral sweet taste serves so well as a thirst quencher; it is also a good asperetif and a relief to hang-over with digestive and carminative properties. Recently it has been discussed by medical experts that the Pu-erh Tea may be used as a dissinfectant for internal use, and effectivecure for dysentery. This rare and valuable beverage will serve both as a tasty drink and a medicinal curative, refreshing and invigorating.