I would like to be a Darjeeling expert but so far it's no chance since the Darjeeling I've found in my local stores have no info at all about harvesting year or estate. I'll have to buy better stores, or from the net.
I've tasted one "Darjeeling FTGFOP1". It has a genmaicha-like taste of puffed corn and also makes me think of toasted bread. Sometimes it reminds me of cocoa and newly grounded coffee. It's not at all light or subtile but I like it a lot.
I've also tasted to first flushes. One costed about 20 dollars per 100 g. It is not easy to brew but once it became perfect... and I became totally happy
Some seconds to much or to little destroyes it though
The other one costed less than 10 dollar per 100 g. It is even more hard to brew, and not as light and subtile as the other first flush, but it was Fair Trade and cheap - so why not!