Single-TI Arterial Spin Labeling (ASL) is sensitive to delayed arterial arrival time (AAT) of blood in the tissues. Multi-TI was introduced to overcome this limitation. Moreover, it allows estimating AAT that, therefore, can shed some light in the characterization of the brain haemodynamic processes. In this study, we compare the reliability of the multi-TI approach to the single-TI in a test-retest protocol. The sequence tested was the Siemens product sequence FAIR PASL with 3D-GRASE readout. Results show an overall good level of reliability both in single- and multi-TI, but also a possible sensitivity to the macro-vascular component in multi-TI data.