chrl42 wrote:Hmm...drinking Dragon-Peacock commercial Yancha in a mid-Qing zhu while listening to traditional kunju.
no Yancha is better than in old Zhuni..
SilentChaos wrote:bagua7 wrote:Muadeeb wrote:I've heard that green balled oolongs don't age well and go flat over time...
Not only that, they do it quite quickly too. One of the downsides of this particular kind of tea, I am thinking here of the high-mountain TW variety.
AFAIK, provided that they aren't nuclear green to start with, and that they've been stored in airtight containers, they should age alright after the initial 5 to 7ish years (they taste pretty ugly during that period).