Translucent light-orange liquor evincing the lingering yang Qi of Summer. This uniquely sensational tea hangs perfectly on the edge between old and new (2001), Summer and Winter, Yin and Yang. Lively in the mouth with a mildly astringent, powdery Co Gan, flavors of pollen, dried leaves, honeyed wax-wood, ylang-ylang and slight citrus zest arise. The Qi is uplifting without being stimulating and remains with you for a long time. Another fine big-leaf, Autumn harvest tea from the most famous tea-soaked mountain in the Pu-erh world.