Different types of China Chunmee Green Tea have different storage methods in summer. Green tea is a non-fermented tea. Just put the tea leaves in a tea pot and seal it, wrap it in a plastic bag, and put it in the refrigerator after it is sealed. Black teas are fully fermented teas, which are slow in aging and deterioration, as long as they are stored in airtight, dry containers, such as earthenware pots. The fragrant tea in oolong tea can be stored in the same way as green tea, and the strong fragrant tea can be placed in a tin can. Dark tea (such as Pu'er tea) is post-fermented tea. The most important thing to keep dark tea is to keep it dry and ventilated, such as putting it in a purple clay jar.
Zhenan China Tea Suppliers also recommends that it be stored in a refrigerator at low temperature, if the temperature is controlled below 5℃, the quality of the tea is better, and the flavor of the tea can generally be maintained for more than 1 year. If it is packaged in small tins, cans, tubes, or boxes, the airtightness is generally better. As long as it is wrapped in a clean plastic bag, it can be stored directly in the refrigerator. For bulk tea, put it in a clean, clean, tasteless brown bottle or tinplate can or tube, fill it up firmly, cover tightly, seal with tape and wax melt-coated, then put a plastic bag on the outside and tie it up. Store in the refrigerator.