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For about 300 years, Eastern Friesland (Lower Saxony) has been a tea drinking region and to this day the tea culture is an East Frisian cultural practice. A distinct East Frisian tea culture has developed, visible e.g. in the East Frisian tea ceremony, a ritualized way to drink tea.
The tea, made from loose tea leaves, is poured into a cup onto a piece of rock sugar, called “Kluntje”. Then a little bit of cream is put on the tea at the edge of the cup, which slowly sinks to the bottom and then again rises. This produces a cloud-like structure called “Wulkje”.
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