TIM wrote:so what is traditional/classic roast/fire TGY? Anyone....
Right. I mean it's not a very useful description (more of a marketing kind of thing), because it means a lot of different things depending on who you're talking to and what their "tradition" is. I don't read too much into it... for me, the most useful thing is tasting the tea, and second, seeing a picture of the dry leaves, steeped leaves, and tea liquor, preferably with reasonable lighting.
To me, it's just a general clue that the tea has some amount more roasting and / or oxidation than the greener oolongs that are more popular in a lot of places now, but beyond that, it's too general a description to really tell you much. Knowing where the seller is from might give you a little bit of a clue.
BTW, where is the one you posted a picture of from?