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Marpha brandy is a type of brandy produced in the village of Marpha, Mustang district, Nepal. It is made from a variety of fruits (pear, apricot, apple) produced on a farm managed by the Pasang Sherpa.
A similar brandy is made from orange juice in the nearby district of Tukche, in the villages of Nirjal and Mana Sherchan. In Marpha village, the Bishnu Hirachan distilleries are also noted local producers.
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