This is a small production pressed by an Yi Wu tea grower in Luo Shui Dong Village. The tea is entirely 2003 Spring Harvest from wild growing tea trees and bushes.
Aged in both Yi Wu and then Kunming, this has developed a nice aged taste but without losing it's regional terroir. There is a still a good amount of astringency and a touch of bitter to counter the fruity sweetness that this tea has. There is good body and nice active mouth feeling that builds with each successive infusion. Cha Qi is surprisingly potent, but not overpowering at all.
357 Grams per cake
** Some wrappers may be bug-bitten with little holes in the paper. There may also be some dust between the wrapper and the cake. Rinse tea once or twice briefly before drinking! If you are squeamish please don't order this tea!