This tea has it all. Friendly, well balanced, with the flavors evolving along the steeps. For me, some fruit cake and narcissus in the beginning and more like cooked banana in the later brews. And sort of a pleasant durian aftertaste (just the good flavor of that fruit, not the sickening part).
Mouth feel and aftertaste is where this tea really shines! Lovely fruity, floral and even a little tart aftertaste that stays in the mouth for a long time. Leaves a zesty, almost tingly feeling on the tongue that persists long after the tea is gone. A unique tea that’s worth trying!
This is a full-bodied, comforting tea. I've tried it both grandpa style and in a glass kyusu (212 F water, covered w/ a towel, 1 minute steeps, 2-3 times). It does have a sweet aroma and taste, as others have said, and I get the sour fruit note. I'd also call it vegetal, and there's a note I'd describe as kind of "cinnamon-y" that surprised me. This flavor was very evident when brewed grandpa style, lasting through quite a few infusions, and more delicate in the kyusu.
Like a hug in a cup. Everything you expect from a clean high mountain oolong and more.
I ordered a sample, which arrived within 6 days and brewed 3g/100ml a few hours later... and ordered a bigger amount because this tea is really good. Sweet, mouth-filling with a long finish - all I expect in a good tea from Taiwan.