I brewed this tea Gong Fu style as I do with most teas.
The initial aroma of the wet leaves was super promising, nice sweet grass and twiggy notes with just a touch of malt. However, the actual first steep more closely resembled what I’d expect of a sheng pu’erh of this age: herbaceous and astringent notes with a pleasant touch of grassiness with an aftertaste of linen. Medium astringency and a thick body that coats the inside of your mouth
Overall, not a terrible tea. Well aged
Flavors: Grass, Herbaceous, Linens, Traditional Chinese Medicine