A Tea brick is essentially a compressed block of tea. Long before the days of vacuum sealing, tea was compressed into these bricks for storage and transportation. The Tang tea brick was, in fact, also used as currency at one point and was even scored in order to be broken up to make “change.” These tea bricks were practically indestructible and bricks that had been buried ages ago during the Tang occupation were at times dug up and sold to consumers after aging sometimes over a thousand years (and was apparently still drinkable).

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