I’m confused whether this is a shu or sheng puerh. Sampletea states it is green, and it does not have the typical shu character, more like a a bit wetter stored or simply old sheng. I was really surprised this tea still has a good amount of bitterness despite the age. A complex aroma of dried plums, sweet earthy forest floor, and warm weathered wood. Taste is sweet and charcoaly with powdery and a little oily mouthfeel.
Flavors: Bitter, Char, Dark Wood, Dried Fruit, Earth, Forest Floor, Musty, Plums, Sweet