Aging Oolong Question

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Feb 19th, '11, 12:32
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Aging Oolong Question

by tortoise » Feb 19th, '11, 12:32

Does anyone know about how long an aging oolong should go between roasts? Is it an annual thing or is roasting something you can forget about for a while?

I really like the idea of aging tea, but I haven't really taken to pu erh, so I was thinking about acquiring a couple 5-10 year oolongs for setting aside.

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Feb 19th, '11, 15:58
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by tortoise » Feb 19th, '11, 15:58


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