An easy-going, fairly forgiving sheng that’s not overly astringent. This makes it good for those new to sheng puerh. It’s a few years old, and comes from wild trees, which gives a decent complexity of flavor - great for the more experienced or advanced puerh connoisseur. This is one of the few teas where I will play around by brewing with different temperatures to get different flavor profiles. Depending on the mood, this means a light tea with very subtle flavor, or a golden tea with sweet grassy taste and an undercurrent of pleasant astringency.
Any way you brew it, you can’t go wrong!