Sea Dyke Brand Ti Kuan Yin. Reading Debunix's frequent recommendations of this tea and always on the look out for an inexpensive but good tea, last Sunday I ventured into one of the real Chinatowns in SF, Stockton Street. The third hole-in-the-wall market I tried had it.
Brewing it gong fu style, it was a little too roasty for me but not a bad tea. I then switched to grandpa style with it, and it is very much more to my taste. Sweet and less roasty. It will probably become a regular work tea as it is easiest to brew grandpa style at work, where I tend not to make more expensive teas.
Thanks for the recommendation, Debunix.