I've only had this tea from my local Chinatown tea shop, and it has been a phenomenally delicious tea. It does require a tiny bit of care, because it can turn bitter if you really abuse it, but starting from 150-170 degrees, it is rich, floral, lightly vegetal, and it gives quite a few infusions before the flavor falls off, surprising for a green tea. After a few infusions, I turn up the heat gradually, and it continues to give more rich sweet flavor.
I took some and scented it with citrus flowers from my trees, and it was astonishingly good--I've never had a finer tea experience than those home-flavored teas.
I can only imagine how nice it could be if purchased from a source that is more careful with the freshness and storage of their stocks.