Wuzidengke is a Song Dynasty Chinese idiom referring to a story about a family who had five sons who all passed the governmental exam to become officers. The idiom is used in a modern context to wish someone a bright and prosperous future. The cakes are bound together in groups of five as a reference to the idiom.
The Wuzidengke cake is strong, thick, and sweet in the mouth with an uncommonly complex fragrance for a ripe puer tea. It has only a tiny trace of duiwei [pile fermentation] flavor and is drinkable right away, but also fit for storage.
The cake is 150 grams of gongting [high grade, small leaf] material. There are five cakes in a stack. For purchases of full stacks of five (Choose quantity 5), the cakes will be shipped in a storage tin as pictured below.