This wonderful tea is supposedly from the 1970s, according to the shop, but these loose-leaf puerh teas are impossible to verify (which is why we think it may be 1980s). 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. It does have some storage but isn’t super duper wet. (Mirrorpool definitely spent some time in Hong Kong.) It has a wonderful upward-moving Qi which is more yang than most teas of this age. It is great for deep and long ceremonies—the kind of session that lasts way longer than you thought it would.