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, lots energy in a cup. 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!