Flavor Wheels are used by wine connoisseurs, cheese lovers, chocolate aficionados, and all kinds of other gourmets to aid them in describing the gastronomic delights in which they partake. Beginning from the middle of the flavor wheel and moving out, you may find that the tea you are tasting has an “earthy” quality, which leads you to some additional descriptives like “mushroom”, or “soaked earth”. You might also detect “mineral” flavors, and the Tea Flavor Wheel moves you on to “flint”, or “wet stones”. Consult the Mouthfeel area and you can say that this tea possesses a “round” feeling on the tongue with “earthy/mushroomy” characteristics, as well as hints of “wet stones”. Sounds like a Pu-erh.