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Orient Express Black Tea Brick
In the 9th century, Tea was transported around Asia by horse or camel back and had to take up as little room as possible so was passed in to a form using the dust and stalks then drying it in the sun.
In the 20th Century Tea Bricks were so popular that they were used as currency in Tibet, Mongolia, Siberia, and Northern China.
This tea has a deep brown liquor with a refer deceiving freshness in its taste, with a very light earthy note and a silky feel in the mouth.
This Black Chinese Tea Brick is 18.5-11.5 cm. Scrape a tea spoon of leaf off per person and one per pot, let it brew for 3-7 minutes. This tea can be taken with milk.