Ive posted on this tea before with not so positive things to say about it. I decided to revisit it now that it,s been resting in a clay jar for eight months or so, lets see if anything interesting has come out of it. I remember being really disappointed in the initial tasting of this tea, nothing bad about the teas flavors but nothing very note worthy either. Lets see if the several months storage has changed anything. The teas appearance is still very nice, the color has become a little darker. Two rinses and a 30 second rest, and what have we got here? Not much has changed really. It,s not bad but this tea just isn't very interesting, at all. Just generic, rather thin, bland cup of mediocrity. Don't waste your money. I see no point in hanging on to this tea, it,s destined for the garbage bin. About $45.00, down the drain. Oh well, live and learn I guess. This sheng is so boring that I cant even put it into the category of a good everyday tea. I,m so disappointed with it, looks can be deceiving! I guess that we sometimes make the mistake of believing that the small, independent producers make better teas than the large company's. Ain't always so! Give me Xiaguan or Menghai any day. At least with them you know what your getting. But then again that,s kinda like receiving a gift when you already know whats inside the box. Not as exciting.