I haven't tried the first one, which according to JTS:
Fragrance : A pleasant fresh and refreshing "Hao Xiang (bud's aroma)" is offered by the dry leaves. It smells creamy and sweet with a touch of chocolate.
Liquor : The clear liquor has a bright red color with a thick and smooth texture.
Taste : The liquor is thick with a "greasy" feeling in the mouth. The sweet soup offers a creamy and pleasant floral flavor that is companied along with a soft chocolate note along with each brew.
Description of JJM (DTH):
"Delicately twisted leaves with a high concentration of golden tips distinguishes this tea from other black teas. The quality of the tea really shines through in this absolutely gorgeous black tea. The tea itself is stunning in it’s beauty, with tippy golden leaves that smelled malty yet bright. This tea brews up into a deep mahogany color, that holds a very bold, deep and crisp flavor. Be wary of over steeping as this is a high quality tea that can get bitter if brewed incorrectly. A full-bodied infusion deep red with a honey-like sweetness, a subtle milkiness and light coppery finish. The tea has enough flavor to be interesting, without the harsh astringency of some other varieties of black tea. It has a very comfortable taste and does not need anything added to it.
This is authentic Jin Jun Mei from Junde Tea Industry in Wuyi mountain."
Zhu Hai Jin Ming (TeaSpring):
"Being introduced in 1996, Zhu Hai Jin Ming is a fairly new black tea that originates from Zhu Hai, a small village located in Yixing County, in the southern part of Jiang Su province in East China. Zhu Hai village is renowned for its beautiful scenery and bamboo trees that grow in abundant quantities (its name actually means "Bamboo Ocean"). Although Jiang Su province has been a traditional black tea producing province for many years, none of its productions ever become well-known until Zhu Hai Jin Ming. In year 2001, Zhu Hai Jin Ming won the first prize for the Black tea category in the Fourth China Tea Competition. Some tea connoisseurs even go as far as saying this is the best black tea in the world. This is, of course a matter of opinion but this is a tea we believe you should try if you enjoy black teas.
Zhu Hai Golden Tea, Bamboo Ocean Golden Tea
Zhu Hai Jin Ming tea is smooth and mellow, with delicious chocolaty aroma and rich malty flavors. This is an excellent black tea on its own, but also blends well with sweetened milk for added flavor and complexity."
I am familiar with JJM, which is an excellent red, but I yet have to place an order for it. Maybe this is the time. I haven't tried BLJZ but looking forward to brewing this interesting red.
Same goes with the third red: Zhu Hai Jin Ming.
How do these reds compare to one another? Any similarities in aroma and flavour bearing in mind the leaves look almost identical in all instances.