Very reflective with little resonance. Bright, yes. Loud, yes. Warm, no.
Well, not necessarily. All other things being equal, the denser the wood, the louder and brighter it will be. However, you can bring out the warmth in other ways, like deeper shells, thinner shells and stave or solid construction. I play ironwood shells - three times harder than solid maple and so dense they sink in water - yet they are incredibly warm due to the depth and construction type, in addition to being cornfield-leveling loud. And of course there's head type and tuning, which many people believe is a greater influence on drum sound that wood type.
So, to answer the original poster, I would check out the shell thickness, depth and number of plies and type of glue used.