This tea isn’t all that bad for the price, but for something that would be in the mid range of $10/oz I think I got exactly what I wanted out of it. A little heavier texture to the liquid with some darker notes of hay while having that wild aspect that makes it not so much like a sheng but an weird oolong. The session changed pretty quick in taste and went flat sooner than most, but I would suspect that would be the case with most of these teas that are barley processed and I believe different material than stuff coming from Yunnan (however, it would be super close)
I’ve had three sessions of this and I find it more enjoyable than the purple cakes that get pressed but nothing too impressive yet as it’s only a few years old. I believe this one will get even darker as it has more birthdays and will continue to have that thick soup which will lead to a beautiful session later down the road. Keeping my eye on this one because it has the look and smell, might just need the time.