First infusion: Very rich and mellow aroma and taste, coats your mouth. Well balanced. Woody, smoky and toasty, with a very faint hint of berries. Second infusion much like the first, although the acidity of the toasted wood begins taking on more steamed kale or roasted greens. Floral notes become noticable. Upon further infusions, the toasted wood begins fading as the floral/berry notes become more prominent and the liquor becomes sweeter/milder. This probably could have gone much more than the 6 infusions I put it through, but keep in mind I rarely make it past 5 with any tea just because I run out of time or move on to something entirely different.
Looking forward to brewing this in multiple styles, I think it will offer up a lot of characteristics to discover.
Flavors: Flowers, Honeydew, Kale, Mineral, Wood