I really like this Oolong variety and I'm really very glad that it's still being offered here. I just went ahead and picked up a half pound of this AND the Drunken Concubine. Expensive for me, but I'm happy I did it.... still happy as a matter of fact. As I mentioned in the Wild Sun-Dried White Pu-Erh Buds review, I have found that having the combination of these three around to play and experiment with has been a hit for me (Iced tea made of the three together is most amazing - refreshing, invigorating with an almost tender sort of succulence). Have it hot first, then have it cold the next day! This was an absolute added blessing to this past summertime. I have to admit, I'm not exactly sure how to fully explain this one yet, I'm still working into it and still making discoveries as I go believe it or not. The Plum Blossom fragrance is slightly tricky at first, if you steep it too little, you'll (at first) believe there is not much taste for price, but wait, even at a light steep you will soon start to discover its gentle tide of mild exquisite coming in, and wonder how you ever missed it in the first place. If you steep it too long, it will take on a sort of astringent strength tang that will have shades of some dark resemblance of an exotic Red Robe, but if you go too far, or too much leaf you can make it bitter rather easily. Be relatively generous with the leaf, but definitely do not over do it, nor over steep it, nor use full boiled water (at least I haven't found any of this to do this tea its worth). But what I do know is that when you hit this leaf in the right place it absolutely lives up to its price point. There is something to the sensation this tea can give when steeped on spot. You'll just have to trust me and go discover that for yourself. Fragrance is an absolute delight. As a matter of fact, sometimes I will just sit there, eyes closed, nose above the cup taking in its aromatic energies. I then take my time with some slurping sips. The flavor starts to unfold. I wish I could do a better job really explaining its taste profile, but that will have to be up to someone else with a more advanced and fuller understanding of everything that is tea tasting. I can only share with you my experience so far. Short version: Add To Cart and have no regrets, as a matter of fact, have FUN. Thanks for reading and hope it has been of some help.