With the lightness of a young puerh and the sweetness of healthy mineral-rich soil, this well-aged red tea is perfect for warm weather. The wild tree Tibetan brick tea is deceptive because the light pumpkin appearance of the liquor produces a substantial, ample flavorful brew. Sweet and smooth, the age has mellowed any astringency or bitterness that the tea may have had, making it comfortable and refreshing. The Qi feels clean and balanced, gently tonifying and contemplative. This is the kind of tea you would expect to find an old teamaster brewing in the back of the shop on a warm day- a unique and wondrous experience.