This is a premium range of oolong tea offered by Hong Kong's Lau Yu Fat Tea shop. This tea came from the famed Fujian Wuyi mountains where oolong tea grown there are considered the 'quality stuff'.
You will notice that the leaves are plump and dark. Being an expensive tea and the leaves looking pretty clean, I dispensed with washing the tea and starting drinking from the 1st infusion. The aroma from the 1st infusion is very impressive. There is a nice complicated bouquet of flowers (fresh and dried) which gave me a nice mouth watering sensation.
Such oolong tea or yancha would surprise a new oolong drinker in the sense that the tea is good only for about 4 infusions before the tea aroma and flavours fade away. Many oolong tea drinker friends would also add more tea leaves in a brewing session to maximise the 'oomph' in the tea. Swirling the tea in my mouth while breathing in air through the mouth and exhaling through the nose at the same time would enhance or encapsulate the aroma in my mouth and throat. This tea is very good.
However, this is a new tea. The 'newness' is evident in the later infusions where the aftertaste seem to 'cut short'. This tea would be better if kept for 10 years for further aging. An expensive proposition.