When I opened up the bag I got an instant lovely aroma of sweet and high roasted tea filled the whole house fast, my wife told me it smelled like Genmicha Japanese green tea. I told her not tonight honey.
By the seven infusion the brews are still strong and not letting up to the tenth brew!
Its the later part of the day and I decided to go grandpa style which I thought it would be fainter flavor but it stood up for two more 8oz brews! I stopped after that and didn't see if I could do it again.
Talking to Emmet we figured the more a tea ages the more infusion you can do just like the tale of the two high officials who found a aged puerh and were able to brew many times over till they had there fill and stopped.
A Shohin (meaning a small thing) black pine I have had in my collection for a eight years
That is a 90ml tea pot right next to the pine to give you an idea how small this tree is! I do have smaller!