Preserving the Life of the Leaves

Storage is a challenge tea drinkers have struggled with for as long as Camellia sinensis has been part of our lives. Dark teas like puer were aged in smoky kitchen rafters in China for centuries. Wooden chests lined with lead were used to transport shipments on long sea voyages. During the Victorian era, the British stored their tea in ornate caddies under lock and key

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