The asian haul -
top left, "Anniversary" pot from Chang Nai-Miao Memorial Hall - they make 50 a year from imported clay. The bamboo wrapped bricked when opened has no wrapper or neifi. Looks like big leaves, mixed between tobacoo colored and black. Breaks apart very easily. Next, unnamed 500g brick, then Korean bought 1980's shu, tea jars. 2005 V93, unkown year 7562 (Blue Stamp), 2007 Xiagan Tibetan Flame bricks, 1994 sheng, bigger tea jar. Chang Nai-Miao Memorial Hall oolongs, the second one is charcoal rosted. A small tea boat.
The tea jars. Lots of tea jars, would have loved to buy millions of these, but no way to get home a lot of them or the big nice ones they had. The jars and tea boat cost US $25.00. A whole 250g tibetan brick fit in the larger one when broken up, the smaller one could not quite hold the v93 broken up.
The v93 broken up - very easy to seperate by hand, layers pulled apart, tobaco colored leaves mixed in with what seems to be lots of big leaves. Very long lasting brewing, did not die too quickly, decent taste, smooth and full bodied mouth feel.