Lol, used a bit too much leaves (the whole sample) and the taste(and the smell) I got is impressively similar to a fried flatfish. Never got anything like this from a proper amount of leaves so the moral is: do not use too much :)
Spring Harvest Laoshan Green
NOTE: New Spring 2012 Harvest
The nuance and texture of this early spring picking is one of the most fine and complex that we have seen from Laoshan Village. The body is perfectly smooth, silky and creamy, while the aftertaste lingers in the back of the throat with a sweetness that only an early spring tea could achieve.
The dominant flavor is that of oat cereal and vanilla soy milk. The green qualities of the tea come through not as an assertive grassiness, but more as the sweetness of fine Belgian Endive, or hearts of Romaine. In later steepings, there is the taste of green beans baked crisp and caramelized, along with fresh, fragrant notes of sugarcane.
The leaves are so tender that after the tea is steeped out, you can eat the leaves whole for a sweet, delicate snack.