Plum Beauty from Bitterleaf Teas had a thick mouthfeel with a clean, woodsy finish. It would be a great choice for those that are new to ripe puerh.
Lao Ma E' Sheng from Jalam Teas was vegetal with all of the bitterness that this region is known for along with a nice returning sweetness.
Rama Lama Bulang shou puerh might just have the catchiest tea name ever. It was a smooth yet full-bodied and offered plenty of complexity.
This small but mighty Bing Dao dragon ball packed plenty of astringency along with a sugar cane-like sweetness.
Jade Rabbit from Crimson Lotus Tea is a multiyear, multi mountain sheng puerh blend that packs just as much punch as it does sweetness.
One of the most common questions I get from readers is where to learn more about certain types of tea. These are some of my favorite books about puerh.