OK, so I obviously have a preference for Dancong and Wuyi Oolongs. That said I find this particular tea really outstanding in a number of ways.
The first thing that came to mind after some tasting was " sublime ".
This is not an in your face tea, and probably not for everyone. The nose has notes of light sweet gardenia, lightly toasted oats, milky/creamy notes, a sweet savoriness like toasted hazelnuts, hints of ripe tomato, and what I can only describe as a sunny meadow in the morning.
Palate; very delicate sweetness, oats, cream, slight umami, light herbal notes, and gardenia, perfect balance and a wonderful throat flavor and feel, lasts many steepings and changes wonderfully over time.