1978 Gao Ji
Drink a true piece of tea history - the first batch of Y562 loose-leaf shou puerh.
This aged shou puerh has a wine-red liquor and a prominent aged aroma with a pleasant, dry fragrance. As soon as it enters the mouth, the fragrance emerges clearly; it rolls across the tongue and slides easily down the throat, leaving a lovely sweet aftertaste in the throat.
This tea has been sealed for 40 years so it has some sourness to it. We suggest removing the plastic and storing it in a humid area for a short time before drinking.
A truly unique opportunity.