Maybe this is a good deal for you, authentic (the real stuff) Da Hong Pao, but it's a little pricey at $35usd for 50gms. Well, when there is only 400gms per year harvested, you can see why they are asking so much for it. Try it and let us know how you like it. Here's the link for the real, authentic, honest Da Hong Pao:https://www.teahub.com/Oolong_2008001.htm
Not sure if you're being sarcastic here, but just in case you're not.... If you're talking about the "original" 3 bushes, Teahub doesn't claim that their tea is from those bushes. They're actually not harvesting the tea from those bushes at all these days, and in any event, that tea has only been available for sale (well really auction) 2 or so times... other than that, it's mostly been reserved for heads of state and other dignitaries. And the price when it was auctioned was significantly
more than $35/50g.
The very best teas are usually not available for sale at any price. You can get very good tea, but you will usually have to pay a lot of money for it. The unfortunate truth, however, is that you can spend a lot of money and still not get very good tea.
 Whether the three bushes you go look at when you visit the scenic area are the actual original DHP bushes is a subject of some debate.