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East Frisian Tea

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East Frisia, located on the North Sea, has a per capita tea consumption second only to Ireland. In an otherwise coffee drinking country, East Frisia is noted for its consumption of tea and its tea culture. Strong black tea is served whenever there are visitors to an East Frisian home or other gathering, as well as with breakfast...

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East Frisian

Premium Black Tea

East Frisia, located on the North Sea, has a per capita tea consumption second only to Ireland. In an otherwise coffee drinking country, East Frisia is noted for its consumption of tea and its tea culture. Strong black tea is served whenever there are visitors to an East Frisian home or other gathering, as well as with breakfast, mid-afternoon, and mid-evening. Tea is sweetened with kluntjes, a rock candy sugar that melts slowly, allowing multiple cups to be sweetened. Heavy cream is also used to flavor the tea. The tea is generally served in traditional small cups, with little cookies during the week and cake during special occasions or on weekends as a special treat. Brown rum, mixed with kluntjes and left for several months, is also added to black tea in the winter. 

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Black tea from India (Assam) and Sri Lanka (Ceylon BOP1) 

Into a warmed teapot, put 1 teaspoon of East Frisian Tea per cup plus 1 teaspoon for the pot.  

Bring fresh water to the boil and pour over the East Frisian Tea.  

Steep for 5 minutes.  

Takes milk and sugar well.