Roasted Tie Guan Yin:
Brewed about 3 grams again in 120 ml pot.
Dry: very warm, roasted scent
Wet: roasted scent deepened, was very pleasant, but no other real notes that I could detect
First steep: after an initial rinse, about 45 secs at 180F. Warm roasted taste, right out of the gate, nice and strong without being overpowering. Warms the insides nicely, though fairly one-note in taste.
Second brew: about 10-20 secs at 160F--a nice toasty brew. Still no other real notes to the taste other than the tea itself and the roasted flavor.
Third brew: about 45 secs at 160F again. Still holding on strong, nice solid taste. No real variation. But this sample did hold out a long time--for at least another 3-4 more brews with very solid results before starting to peter out.
I'd give this a 3, maybe a 3.5--it's a nice everyday kind of tea, I think, one that's easy to brew and warms you up nicely. I'd recommend it to people who like roasted oolongs, but who aren't expecting anything usual/exotic in their daily cuppa.