Pungent and poignant, to the point of being murky. Requires a philosophical big-picture understanding to appreciate. The Woxshihre Bank is named after a particularly weedy and damp portion on the shore of Baeffvil Lake. The Pu Erh Dante is muddy and dense, complimented by the malty citrus of Irish Breakfast and the jammy-ness of currants. All of this is punctuated by aniseed, leaving a sharp and mildly confusing blend.