|This tea was originally compressed in a square brick form and broken into loose-leaf tea for sale. The word "Zang" is actually a short form for "Xi Zang", which means Tibet. Black brick tea has a long history in Tibetan culture and is an indispensable part of their diet. Drinking brick tea is known to help Tibetans keep their body warm, aid digestion, cleanse the body of accumulated lactic acid, rejuvenate inner strength and increase stamina. |
Loose-leaf Tibetan Brick Tea
A pungent, woody, strong and full-bodied character makes this a good wake-me-up tea. Woody aftertaste lingers on after a few sips. Avoid overbrewing as this tea can be very pungent if you are not careful. Chun Jian Zang is also the perfect ingredient for making Tibetan Milk Tea.
Ya An Tea Industry
Cooked / Black