TomVerlain wrote:I have that toucha, and while it is decent, it is not in a "must buy more. Of course, everybody has different tastes and priorities.
For the price, compared to others, andao has a good price. For the cost, I can think of other tea that I would rather drink now. To be fair, I am not a young sheng fan.
Yeah, I agree. If you are starting out your pu-collection, it is best to acquire stone pressed pu-erh as your bulk of your collection. Only then when you feel you have enough pu-erh to drink in 10 years or so, then tuochas and other items which are pressed rock solid should be added. of course it is ok to buy a tuocha here or there but if you are buying tuos expecting to have pu to drink in 10 years, you will be SOL - try 20 years.