If I remember correctly, I only had a few cups before I gave up on it, I'd say it was stronger than a ceylon, not as malty as an assam or dian hong.
It isn't expensive, by all means give it a whirl, you might like it. You can purchase some real cheap from here:
On that note, I hight reccomend silvertipstea to everyone. It is owned by Anupa Mueler, sister in law to Rahja Banerjee, the owner of the Makaibari Estate in India. She has a great selection of single estate black teas at fantastic prices, I don't think you can get Makaibari Darjeelings cheaper anywhere else. Moderate shipping rates, fast friendly service, and I've recieved free samples of other teas two of the three times I've ordered from her. Its a great way to sample teas from a variety of estates all over the world.
To me one of the great advantages of single estate teas is that if you like it, its easy to find again, and you can shop around for the best prices and service. A 2006 First Flush FTGFOP1S from Makaibari is the same no matter who you buy it from, as long as you trust them.
See, you get me talking about tea, and I will go on and on and on...