This is one odd tea. The word ripe threw me off from my initial smell of the tea and look. While it may be a dark tea, I wouldn’t consider it ripe in the Yunnan ripe sense as this isn’t a dark earth taste for me. This is somewhat like wet puer that was fermented lightly and left lone for awhile.
I can’t say I will try it again because it wasn’t appealing to my taste buds. It’s god a wet woodsy taste to it with a slightly fading funk, which is to say that the later steeps are more rounded for tasting than the earlier steeps.

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