Topic: aging oolong
on the different pages about tea-knowledge and online shops, "aged oolongs" have a special position, concerning the quality and tast that develops during a long term aging process. So I asked myself about storing oolongs by myself.
To get sure, not to do the worst mistakes, I want to ask you about the basics of a right storage.
Sometimes I heard that moisture and oxygen are bad for any kind of oolong, so you have to roast the stored oolong every year (or two...). In this case, I was wondering, that just high-fired and/or strong oxidized oolongs were able to age well. Especially I´m thinking about to store an oolong called "fancy oolong old style", which I like very much. Does anybody know something about this tea and it´s special treatment??
For myself, I just started to develop some tea knowledge. So I´m very thankful for any information.