Nice example of dry stored You Le. Has a grapefruit like bitterness withfloral high notes reminiscent of ye sheng. Again, coming from the beer world I’m reminded of a hop variety, Chinook. Think Pike IPA. I’m still educating myself on how these wildish Yiwu area teas taste with a bit of age on them. In the past I tended to prefer them young. Now I’m getting into aged and semi aged Yiwu teas. In the past I always said that I prefer Menghai teas aged and Yiwu teas young. I’m now beginning to rethink this. I got about a dozen steeps from this and they were all pretty consistent. The qi is of the gentle uplifting clarifying slightly calming variety. Not spectacular but nice. A good buy for $.28g if you like this sort of cha.