Update: I’ve now infused this tea three times in 1 day. Thoughts on the multiple infusions are below.
1st infusion: my first tasting note was based on the first infusion. Light, fresh-tasting green with lots of floral notes.
2nd infusion: I steeped the second infusion for the same length of time as the first. It was a bit weaker, and while the floral notes were there in the scent, they weren’t as strong in the liquor. There was also a good amount of dust in the tea from the first steep, which lent the liquor a darker green colour.
3rd infusion: I steeped the third infusion for 5-8 minutes. The floral notes are back now due to the longer steep, but they’re still not as strong as the first steep. The liquor is a darker yellow-green than the first steep. There’s also a scent of seaweed (which I don’t find unpleasant).
This is still a light-tasting, enjoyable tea, but perhaps it’s best to stick to only 2 steepings.