Gylx were kind enough to send over a sample of this for evaluation. A migraine meant being able to try this out today instead of over the weekend as planned. Used the entire 8g in a 120ml clay teapot. Did a flash rinse and then steeped for 10 seconds the first three times, before increasing the steeping time.Very vegetal and floral the first time around, with a bit of astringency creeping in on the second steep and a sweet aftertaste in the mouth. Hints of apricot.
The third steep was probably the strongest, with a nice balance of bitter and sweet. After the third steep, the sweetness takes over and in total I got ten steeps out of this before the taste began to fade and needed extended steeping times.
There were some nice large leaves in there but also a lot of broken leaf, not sure if that might be from breaking off the sample. This is a good young sheng for drinking now.