Grown on an ecological reserve in Songboling, with the Qinxin cultivar. The farm practices the same strictly natural standards to this day. Aged in a ceramic casket from 2002 onward, this tea is still vibrant for its age and can be brewed harder than most other aged teas. The flavor profile is very unique, opening with berry forward, tart notes, akin to raspberry jam, accompanied by buttery biscuits, ripe fruit, and hints of sheng pu'er. While the color of the liquor starts as rose gold, it gradually transitions into a beautiful scarlet hue, with progressive steepings.