This tea is my favorite and most expensive Liu Bao. I only have about four or five usually buying Puerh. I went back and steeped it tonight. I steeped it five times for 15 sec, 15 sec, 15 sec, 25 sec and 45 sec. I used boiling water in a 220 ml gaiwan that I recently got from Aliexpress. I detected notes of berries and a couple of other notes I just can’t properly describe. Fang’s Gourmet Tea is an excellent tea store in Flushing, Queens, NYC. They have a small selection but it is all good. Their website is www.fangtea.com. Nothing they sell is cheap and it is all I believe high mountain tea. I have steeped this in the past and sometimes gotten quite tea drunk. In any case it always relaxes me like it did tonight. Alas they no longer seem to list this one on their site. it does not have the same flavor profile of other Liu Bao teas I have drank. There is no off taste to it or stale taste like in some Liu Bao teas. There is also no trace of the fermentation of this tea. I do not know its age. It is a good tea and Fang’s Gourmet Tea is worth a trip if you live anywhere near. For a small price she offers “sampling” which she does as a proper Chinese tea ceremony. Her store is hard to find. If you go in to Queens to see it write down directions. I recommend both this tea if you can get it and her store.