A black pu-erh tea pressed into a rectangular brick form. The cup is nutty, peaty, and delectably rich without any bitterness. The tea was produced several years ago, so the heavier musty notes have faded quite a bit, allowing the more friendly flavors to begin to dominate. Cang Yuan Wa Chan factory, Yunnan China. Tan Mei, previously of the Kunming factory, put together this recipe based on the famous 7581 blend. An excellent place to start your journey into the wild and fascinating world of Pu-Erh teas.