Standard Ripe Puerh Brick. 230gr.
If you don't know, "ripe" is essentially lightly composted tea leaves. It's piled up and nature does it work and it actually starts steaming, then its flipped and the process continues for a few months. This gives the tea leaves an "aged" feel and inbues it with some things valued by Chinese folk medical culture (like digestive aid).
This one is not bad at all for an entry-level ripe at this price. I brew it up strong (think black coffee color) and that gives me a nice mouthfell and decent throat coverage. No off flavors or fishy smells that draw cats around. Ripes tend to fall into certain taste triggers, this one is fresh pencil shavings especially if you brew it lightly. That's why I go heavy with this one. (Translation on this is 1999 Camphor Tree Fragrance Tea Brick)