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Issuing time:2021-09-17 19:54








1. How to store tea? First of all, the packaging materials of tea are required to have no peculiar smell and have good moisture resistance. At the same time, the container for the tea must be sealable to minimize the contact between the tea and the air. After the tea is sealed, it should be placed in a dry, clean, and odor-free place.

2. Using the principle that the air in the tank is thin and the tea leaves in the tank are isolated from the outside world after being sealed, the tea leaves are dried until the water content is about 2%, and the tea is put into the tank while it is hot, and then sealed, and it can be stored at room temperature. 1-2 years.

3. Preserving tea leaves with quicklime is also very effective. First, seal the quicklime with a double layer of white cloth, then wrap the tea leaves with thin kraft paper and tie them tightly, and then place the tea and lime into the altar at a ratio of 6.5:1. It should be noted that the quicklime should be placed in the middle of the jar. After it is installed, cover the mouth of the jar with kraft paper and cover it with a straw mat, and store it in a dry room. When lime has reached 80% water absorption and weathering degree, quicklime should be replaced in time. Generally speaking, new tea needs to be changed after 2-3 months.

4. When storing tea in ordinary bottles, pots and cans, you should choose a clay pot with a double-layer inside and outside lid or a large mouth and abdomen, so as to reduce the contact between the tea and the air. And the tightness of the container should be good to prevent moisture from entering.

5. New tea can also be stored in the refrigerator. When storing, it should be noted that the tea leaves should be sealed first, and then put in the refrigerator.

6. If you have conditions, you can use an air extractor to extract the air from the tea leaves in the tin can, and then weld the excuse, so that the new tea can be stored for 2-3 years. If there is no such condition, it can be stored in a thermos flask, because the thermos flask is isolated from the outside air, and the tea leaves are filled with a stopper and tightly sealed, and then sealed with white wax and covered with tape.