It’s a really nice and rounded Shou Puer, probably good entry/introduction shou puer.
It’s very well balanced and rounded and no taste takes over too much but remains rather subtle and smooth. It has a nice earthyness and nuttyness, with a bit of more subtle mushroom and wet wood and a very nice sweetnes that sort of rounds off tea very nicely making it very smooth and easily drunk.
It’s like a nice stroll on a well used path in a beech forest on a lovely day with a clear sky and the sun shining through the leaves.
Flavors: Earth, Mushrooms, Nutty, Round, Smooth, Wet Wood