Well this is a weird one to me. The steeped leaves smell like puerh. Im guessing this is part of the age/storage/fermentation process. I dont know enough about Puerh to comment what type of storage or fermentation it is there, (to me its just a pu smell) but it is there. Not in a great deal, and adds a nice old character to the tea.
Its very mellow. Im not getting any plum yet, but its a pleasant flavour. light-medium thickness. There is a dry wood thing going on, and an aftertaste which is again dry and woody. The aroma from the leaves and liquor has a short sharp tail which is interesting. cant work it out, but never had that before. some chocolate.
As this was my first taste of this im still getting my head around aged oolong, and will score and add to this review when I have drank & understood more when the winter 2015 group buy gets underway.