The dry leaves seem browner than typical Yiwu. When brewed, it's golden tea has no smokiness but has the fragrance of honey and deep forest grassiness.
The tea is thick and without astringency. There is a hint of fast dissipating bitterness that turns into sweet aftertaste. If it's soaked long enough, there will be lots of vegetal grassiness and then more bitterness that translate into sweeter aftertaste.
Tea at 2nd brew
Closer look at 2nd brew leaves
Closer look at 2nd brew tea
6th brew after 2 minutes soaking
Closer look at 6th brew leaves
Closer look at 6th brew tea