An hour or so later, we returned back to my home and continued on our tea session with the Huangyin until it was time for James to rejoin his family. The sky was already dark when we parted.
The teas we had:
1. Aged Dongding oolong (ca. 1980’s) to start with, then
2. 2001 sheng pu’er produced by a factory called Ma Sheng, and
3. Late 1960's / early 1970's CNNP Huangyin (黃印 / Yellow Mark); a.k.a "Ma Huang / 馬黃", short for Malaysia Huangyin (馬來西亞黃印), that has been stored in, well, Malaysia under natural dry storage condition (courtesy of Mrs. Su Ming Ng -- thank you!)
The teas were wonderful, to say the least, and the company even more so!
Image References of the late 1960's / early 1970's CNNP "Ma Huang" (馬黃)