If the result were much like this incredible tea
I got 2 years ago from Norbu--and that sadly, I couldn't inspire enough people to buy for him to restock it again--it may be truly brilliant. He describes the production method in detail and the difficulty in classifying the resulting tea:
"...though it is produced from tea plants that are traditionally only used to produce Oolong tea, the way this tea was processed makes it fit into the “White Tea” category. This tea really fits into the category of White tea and Oolong tea just about as well as the proverbial square peg fits into its round hole…it doesn’t really fit anywhere if you are a stickler for the “rules” of classifying a tea."