Roy passed along this tip in case you're faced with brewing an unfamiliar tea and aren't sure of the quantity. For the first pass, try covering the bottom of your brewing vessel plus one third. That should be a good starting point that will give you a benchmark for adjusting quantities to taste in future sessions.
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