Answer: 2007 Jing Mei Tang Jing ($86.00 for 357g cake or $0.24/g). I think I got the general idea right with this cake- age, drier humid Malaysian storage, fruitier elegant tea with a subtle harsher factory smokiness and strength. The smaller leaves I mentioned suggest Jingmai region, it definitely crossed my mind but my experience of Jingmai is a bit more elegant and less factory strong. Also, I seem to chronically mis-guess Jingmai in almost every blind sampling I do of it, I think because my initial idea of Jingmai is mainly the gushu idea of it not the plantation/factory idea.
I am drinking the 2007 Jing Mei Tang Jing now with about 2/3 less leaf and it is still strong. At this lower ratio it isn't has vibrant in taste but Qi is still strong and it still has a nice full mouth and throat feeling. The stamina of this puerh is definitely a weak point because this puerh basically lasts 8 steeps but the fact that you can use much less leaf due to its strength makes up for it in value.