A good, strong tea. I agree, it's really good for after heavy or greasy meals. Not much chrysanthemum taste, of course, but to be expected since pu-erh is a really strong type of tea. Overall, I love it! Shared many pots with friends and family and they love it too.
I was a bit disappointed with this flavour of tea. I can't really taste or smell any chrysanthemum, mainly Pu Erh smell. It taste more of the type of chinese tea at "Dim Sum" restaurant. Nothing special.
This tea is really good after a heavy meal! Haha. I love puerh and this one is nice and strong, with no astringency. Was great over Mid Autumn after all those mooncakes!