Wu Yi Shan oolongs are different from the southern Fujian An Xi oolongs in that rather than being shaped into gradually unfurling balls, the northern Fujian Wu Yi Oolongs have given the category of oolong teas its name. The twisting of the long heavily-oxidize leaves gives them a long, twisted, and often bent shape yielding the shape of a Black Dragon...or Wu Lung...
Lao Jun Mei is said to have many twisted and curved leaves reminiscent of an eyebrow.
Both the balling of leaves in An Xi and the twisting in Wu Yi are intended for the tea to give off its potent character over many infusions...probably 6-10.
Eyebrow Oolong allows you to experience the wonder in yet again another Wu Yi wonder.