For a young pu’erh, this one was pretty decent! The mouth and throat feel were not as smooth as the Supreme Yunnan or the Royal, but the flavors were rich, and it held its own through six or seven steepings, the final being simply sitting in the water for ten or fifteen minutes.
From the Vital Tea website:
Aged black tea. 8 to 9 years. Very woody and earthy in flavor good for digestion. Very smooth. A Premium old tree black tea leaf Pu-erh. Taste smoky and earthy, high in caffeine, strong black tea. Good for digestion, upset stomach, constipation, and acid reflex. This tea has been aging for 10 to 12 years. This is the type of teas you could age longer you like in any type of temperature and weather.