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1.5 tsp for 350mL water @ 100C. Steeped 5 minutes. Drunk bare.

Sipdown.

Layers. Each layer tastes slightly different, until you’ve gone from oak to honey. Some Yunnan notes. Some faint bergamot sharpness. Some Darjeeling-y taste, too, but Nepal Black is a distinct tea. These leaves come from Yunnan cuttings planted in Nepalese soil, if I understand correctly, and the result is quite pleasant. Light in colour and body. No malt. Very easy to drink.

Preparation
Boiling 5 min, 0 sec

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