Price is for entire cake, approx. 340gr, more than 12 oz.
Here we have a Yunnan-grown Yueguangbai Tea Cake. As I've noted before, white teas can benefit a lot from age. Since this was pressed in 2011 it has the added weight and more complex layers of storage time. The liquor color is darker than you would expect but that's on account of the age. There is a hint in the wet-leaf aroma of an aged puerh but the taste is nice and bright.
This is one of those teas with some decent age you can get cheap enough. Throw it in the tea chest and come back to it whenever the fancy hits you over the years.
This tea can take hotter waters but be sure to let it cool down comfortable drinking temps. Brew any way you like; French press, grandpa style, or gaiwan are good choices.
I'm also offering this because I know many of you like messy tea cakes haha!