Unlike the name suggests, this is a very delegate lovely lighter roast but not green kinda floral tea, a little gardenia, a little jasmine, morning dew sweetness, refreshing! This tree is about 900 meters above elevation, teas grown at this level in Phoenix Mountain usually means more savory than floral, this one has both.
Lei Kou Chai - it means lightning struck wood. The mother tree was struck by lightning on the main trunk, but it survived and shriving.
Recommended water for this tea: very good quality filtered water, ie reverse osmosis filtered water. Spring water suppresses the fragrance quite a bit. Tap water is prohibited!