Wicker and reed, almond and chestnut, with a dried herbaceous nose. There is a quality of wet earth after a storm in both the aroma and taste. A quintessential example of what a fine aged Shou Puerh can be when aged well. The aging process has lent an ample smoothness and roundness to the texture of this tea with a pleasant moderate body. It steeps for many infusions leaving the body calm and the mind lucidly awake.