'83 Baozhong I got from Camellia Sinensis a few years back. It says something about what I thought of it originally that I still have almost the full 100g left. However this session was rather nice with the exception of infusion #3 that had a very disagreeable sour note. So I'm leaving it my weekly rotation for now to see how it's doing. Maybe I won't have this anymore in a couple of months.
Moved on to teahabitat's 1993 wild hong yin after someone in chat mentioned that it was their favorite of the aged tasting set. On second visit I see what they like about it, but my favorite is still the 78 wild hong yin.
It's always interesting to me to discuss teas with other people, everyone's palette and what they like is so different. The 78 hong yin is not so great aroma wise, the first wiff I had when I opened the bag gave me a bad feeling about what was going to happen next. But then I brewed it ( again not liking the aroma much ) but once it was in my mouth, oh my - amazing mouth feel, round, 回甜 ( hui gan ), and wonderful aftertaste. It made my mouth water and awakened my senses. but still, the taste and aroma was not exceptional, pleasant and balanced, but not 'wow'. Someone else drinking this tea who didn't care about anything but taste or aroma might think 'meh, boring'.