Tead Off wrote:Ruirong made some good cakes. The one Teaism shared with me was a slightly wet stored tea. If you can find their Guangdong taobao listing, many interesting cakes are offered.
Most tea should be judged by the actual tea quality. Different producers have their price and quality range. It is important for consumer to learn how to taste to pick the value for money ones. There is no such thing as cheap and good ones as the Chinese domestic connosiere are really sharp at filtering them before they are available to the general market.
Anyway, the chunk of 2002 is the same as the one I sent to you. That piece was the remaining few grammes of a dry sealed tea. I was drinking it over a period of more than 1 years. Even with that care and sealed condition, the wet flavour still came in. That piece was sent to you for you to experience the adverse effect of humidity. It is really humid here. I really cannot imagine those tea which are aired here.