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Okay, this proves it. This is an amazing tea that really needs careful brewing. Exactly two minutes in very hot water. Let it cool a little bit, but then drink while still quite warm. Today I added whole milk and some sugar, and while they made it a sweet treat, I highly recommend that those of you interested in trying a Lapsang for the first time try this one, and brew as directed above. (and previously)

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Boiling 2 min, 0 sec
DragonWell

I tried your advice, and brewed my Peet’s Lapsang for only 2.5 minutes… much more enjoyable. Tastes better than at 3.5 minutes, less papery. Thanks.

Heyes

I’m glad it worked for you!

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DragonWell

I tried your advice, and brewed my Peet’s Lapsang for only 2.5 minutes… much more enjoyable. Tastes better than at 3.5 minutes, less papery. Thanks.

Heyes

I’m glad it worked for you!

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Not as active here as I once was.


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10 – Horrible quality, surprisingly wretched!
20 – Poor quality, an experience to avoid
30 – Poor quality, can fake a smile while drinking
40 – Lesser quality, I wouldn’t pay for it
50 – Lesser quality, will do in a pinch
60 – Decent quality, nothing special
70 – Good quality, to my liking, a good staple
80 – Good quality, an enjoyable tea to savor
90 – Superior quality, a truly special tea to study
100 – Heavenly quality,

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