This tea is really what sparked my order from What-Cha. I saw a review of the 2003 Aged Green Heart Oolong and heard how it won second place at the Fall 2014 North American Tea Championship for the Aged/Baked Oolong category. They were beat out by The Tea Kings, another company that I really admire due to their tea education and selection, and their Traditional Coal Fired Tieguanyin Wulong. Now the Aged Green Heart is actually made by the Taiwanese Mountain Tea Co. and sold by What-Cha. I would put Mountain Tea's Dong Ding as one of my favorite teas of all time, so they know what they're doing when it comes to roasted oolong!
This tea really did live up to expectations. It was complex, very hardy, and got me tea-drunk-wasted. The flavor's noted by What-Cha were "walnut shell and ripe fruit." I didn't get any ripe fruit but was ever walnut, with or without shell, the dominate flavor. This tea had a subdued smell as opposed to Dong Ding, perhaps having to do with age. The mouthfeel was very solid and created the complexity of the tea.
Go ahead and chalk this one up to another satisfying experience from this What-Cha order.