Sipdown, 117. I received this tea as a free sample when I bought a bunch of Tieguanyin from a tea seller in Beijing. I love the Tieguanyin, but I’ve been putting off trying this, which is a puerh, because, well, puerh. Not my favorite type of tea. I think this is officially the last puerh in my stash, and now it has been drunk!
What can I say. It’s a nice, smooth shu puerh. No fishiness, and really not even that “dirty.” It’s mostly wood and a tiny bit of hay. Seems like a good puerh, if you’re into that kind of thing. :D