Slightly lighter than oolong dong ding, but has beautiful body and legs that run at least 4-5 steeping.
I'm not really a tea expert but I do love one after a long day at work or when I don't feel like a coffee in the morning. I do like milk or preferably cream in my tea as well as sugar, so my review is based on that.
The tea is very pleasant and is quite similar to orange pekoe, it has more depth, however, and a bit of bitterness in the aftertaste. I have been drinking more and more of this over the last while as it seems to grow on you more and more. It's not an everyday tea but good to change it up or as an alternative to your regular one. It's a nice tea with milk, not sure if it'd be as palatable if drinking it without.
There is no problem on earth that can't be ameliorated by a hot bath and a cup of tea.