I've been shifting to US vendors for my chinese teas - mainly Seven Cups and to a lesser extent Tea Trekker. Seven Cups is a direct importer and provides all the detail I want about harvest time, location etc. Sourcing might change in the coming year as I learn more about puerh if I can't find what I want here. So far I've just purchased some young loose puerh - both sheng and shu. For some reason it tastes less bitter to me than the puerh from the first puerh OTTI. So of course I'm looking forward to the aged puerh OTTI to begin learning about aged sheng.
Thanks to Chip I took out my tea inventory sheet (inspired by an earlier teaday) and began using it as I drink tea to make up a shopping list for Spring 2011. First on the list - An Ji Bai Cha and Tai Ping Hou Kui.
In my cup this morning - Shi Feng Long Jing from jingteashop. As I learn to brew it I'm thinking that if 2011 is a better harvest year than 2010 I'll probably want to try it again.