How to SAVE STALE TEA - Re-Roasting your Oolongs and other tea types.

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You may want to periodically roast your Oolongs during its storage and ageing in order to drive away moisture. But can this work for other tea types and how exactly do you roast your teas using home methods.

I show some of the ways that I drive away staleness and moisture in small amounts of tea with a refresher roasting. If you are happy with the results then go ahead and repeat the roasting for your whole batch of tea but make sure that you get your parameters right before committing!

Recommended Parameters:
Temperature: 55c/135F - 75c/165F
Time: Depends of quantity and shape but start at 15-30 minutes for strip to and 1.5 hours for ball rolled tea.

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