Topic: Compressed Moonlight White / Yueguang bai cha(月光白茶)
Has anyone ever tried a moonlight white / yueguang bai cha(月光白茶) that was in compressed form, like Pu-erh? Have you ever tried an aged version of this tea? And would you consider this to be a Pu-erh tea, or how would you classify it?
I've only ever tried one moonlight white, 2010, a loose-leaf tea (not compressed) sold through Life in Teacup, and I loved it, and found it fascinating and unusual, and I have wanted to try more of this style.
I saw a compressed cake for sale on Rishi tea's site, produced in 2009, and it was out of stock and, according to them (I asked), possibly not going to be re-stocked even in future vintages. I also saw some references on TeaChat to a similar tea of older vintage, sold through Yunnan Sourcing. I just found this tea intriguing and I'd be curious to hear your thoughts on it.