The Wu Lu Mt. (70 C.; 3 min.) is a green tea which has some of the lactic, soft aromas that I love but also a bit of the bitterness that I find in e.g. generic Sencha that I don't (I did make sure that the water wasn't too hot). Drinkable, but not my style, though there were some lovely elements.
On the other hand, the Huo Shan Huang Ya (65 C.; 10 min infusion - yellow tea IMO need a long infusion at a low temperature) was very much to my taste. It is a "yellow" tea from the Buddhists' Holy Mt. Huo Shan. To me it seems like the Nebbiolo of teas: it has the aromatic freshenss of Pinot Noir, but structure of Cabernet. Lovely and elegant tea.
p.s. Pleeeease, someone else post notes on good drinks other than wine!
I don't drink wine because of religious reasons ... only for other reasons.
No longer ITB.