Balthazar wrote:I think you would get more answers if you gave more specific details about your storage conditions. As in, what's the average temperature and humidity where you store your tea? I've never been to Chengdu, but according to Wikipedia it " has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate (Köppen Cwa) and is largely mild and humid," so I guess it can't be terrible.
Well right now the temperature is between 28-32c but the humidity is between 68% to 89% changes everyday lol.
honza wrote:If you will keep the humidity and temperature and care about this well, for small quantity like one room in apartment, there is not big different of any place in the world (I mean use mashines for keep humidity and temperature all the time). Chengdu have cold winter so you must be very careful to check humidity and temperature, when the temperature go down in winter.
I had only a bit aged samples from Chongqing (some 2003) and they taste fine.
Thanks for the reply honza but I don't understand what you mean bymashines?