A lot of strength and a long lasting mouthfeel is pleasing your tasting buds for a very long time. Even after the last sip is taken the experience is still there like an old friend you can’t let go. But beside this poetic aspects there is a lot of tasting going on within this quite astringent Sheng. With a floral overture of daisies , dandelion and a subtle hint of camomile a very buttery mouthfeel is gentle covering every last corner within your mouth and throat. After the buttery aspect settled down a touch of iron covers your buds with an elegant composed fruity sweet fusion mixed together of peach skin and wine grape seeds. Beside those notes you might also discover a green-ish touch of green salad and a finish of chestnuts at the end of it. After a couple of steeps a cooling feeling on your palatal and on the inside of your cheeks isn’t deniable. This strong fellow is predestinated for a long and hopefully joined by other session because there is a lot to discover and discuss. The scent and slightly the taste of the liquor but especially the scent of the empty cups really reminds me a lot of natural beeswax. Thankfully there isn’t much bitterness going on unless you totally forget the tea bathing in steaming heat. I really loved it.