Lu Li Zhen: The flavor and aroma of this tea were so weak. It was also rough on the throat. There were some sensations in the mouth, but the faults in this tea were way too evident.
Chen Zhi Tong: This tea has had good storage conditions. The liquor was red. It smelled of greenness, grassy astringency. The sensations in the mouth were strong, though a bit boring like sample H. There was also some roughness and bitterness in the aftertaste. The hui gan and yun on the throat were better than sample 92 Xiaguan Jia Ji Tuo Cha.
Chen Gan Bang: This cake has a solid compression. I could tell despite the fact that my sample was fragmented. It appeared to have come from a hard tuocha. It also seemed to be a very dry-stored cake, I smelled hints of fruit in the dry-stored cake. I smelled hints of fruit in dry sample. When I steeped it, the fragrance was gone. The liquor was loose, without any distinction. If I inhaled very deeply I could sense some slight activity, only to exhale with disappointment. It was also coarse and rough, worse so than any of the teas in this review. The hui gan was over before it began and there was an astringency to it. The only good point I could find in this tea is the fact that its astringency means it is still active and may transform in the coming years. I gave it a 62.
He Jing Cheng: The leaves of this tea were all broken apart like many of the latter samples. Like most of the teas in this review, this final one was also very patient. It tasted a bit bitter, but not unpleasantly so. I noticed some hui gan. I thought it was a decent tea.