18 Years An Extra-Hardcore Head-Fi'er
- May 17, 2004
well..depends on your definition of horrendously expensiveI usually get the 500RMB/jin Yulong or Dragon Well at some wholesale store in China and have it shipped to me twice a year to ensure freshness (sprint/fall). The cakes I have are gifts...supposedly the horrendously expensive kind...who knows
I will just keep my cakes where they aremaybe they will go up in price ...lol
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Even though I am slightly picky about my Chinese tea, I'm really the wrong person to ask.
I don't know about putting them in the freezer, but I guess you could experiment if your cakes aren't the several hundred dollar ones
I have an uncle who does business in China and they drink 普洱 like water. He's ridiculously into his tea and told me never to buy the horrendously expensive ones (not that I would anyway!). Apparently if you know the right people/places and skip the evil, money-hoarding businessman in the middle, you could get the best quality ones for a fraction of their pumped up "street value".
well..depends on your definition of horrendously expensive
I will just keep my cakes where they are