Longevity is a wonderful loose-leaf sheng puerh that is supposedly from the 1980s, but these loose-leaf puerh teas are impossible to verify. Their vintages are just tales told by tea shops and they are often blends that are added to over time, meaning that they may have more than one type of tea mixed in. Longevity comes from Hong Kong so it has a slightly wetter profile. It is deep and dark with hints of camphor, Chinese herbs and some aged aromas. The energy is also deep and internal. This is a wonderful aged tea, drunk or blended, steeped or boiled.