cert organic dah yeh oolong cultivar black tea (honey black tea), I think this particular one was made by an aboriginal group in taiwan
this is different...a oolong cultivar made into a black tea, but processed in a ball shaped oolong style instead of the usual wire style that vendors like houde and teamasters offer
At a quick glance you would think this was a machine harvested roasted oolong because the pellets are incredibly small (smaller even then machine harvested pellets)
Then to my surprise they open up to reveal a whole small intact stem leaf system, gongfued heavy this was wonderful, very clear, so smooth, more complex honey/fruit/baked breadness, bitterness is almost non existent even when brewed 4 mins on steep 6, and good lingering sweet aftertaste. This seems like a tea that would be both suitable for gongfu and bigger pot western brewing since it's rolled so tightly it takes time to open up.
After going through 2 bags of lackluster organics finally I find one more then just decent.