I noticed flavors of, sequentially: honey, preserved plum, tobacco, and slight smokiness. It’s sweet even for a Chinese black. I’m betting it would blend beautifully with a Yunnan. Great value, too—it will probably become a staple of my teachest.
The aroma is sweet and light, somewhat of apricot. The liquor is medium-colored and has a notably clean taste, that of archetypal “black tea”. It has no astringency, mild sweetness, and a nice body. Not a complex tea, but not boring.