Changes in quality components of the hottest Pu'er

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Changes in quality components of Pu'er tea during storage

in the relationship between the physical and chemical components of tea and quality, we have made it clear that the quality of tea is closely related to the main chemical components of tea, such as tea polyphenols, amino acids, soluble sugars, etc. It is recognized that the older Pu'er tea is, the more fragrant it is. But at the same time, we also know that the changes in the internal quality of tea are inseparable from water, temperature, oxygen and light. The changes in such chemicals that constitute the quality of Pu'er tea affect the color, aroma and taste of Pu'er tea. Compared with normal temperature, the color of Pu'er tea tends to brighten after a certain period of time, whether it is frozen, refrigerated or stored at 45oC; The taste is mellow or slippery, but the degree is slightly different; The aroma is obvious under low temperature, and decreases under high temperature. The color and taste of soup are the result of the comprehensive action of various chemical components in tea, which are greatly affected by temperature and moisture content. With the increase of water content at low temperature and the decrease of water content at high temperature, complex changes have also taken place among various chemical components, making good tea lower in quality

therefore, if Pu'er tea is used as a health food, you should know the validity period of its pharmacodynamic substances and nutrients during storage; The turnover time of Pu'er tea as a commodity cannot be too long. It is recommended that you buy high-quality fermented Pu'er pressed tea to store it, which will come faster. Because this kind of pressed tea already has the basic quality characteristics of Pu'er tea, but the quality will be better if it is further ripened. However, studies have shown that the quality of any kind of Pu'er tea has an optimal period. Before this period, its quality shows an upward trend, and after reaching the peak, its quality will gradually decline. For example, Mr. Wang Yufeng wrote in Pu'er tea and the Qing Dynasty: "In the early 1960s, there were still tons of tribute tea left in the tea warehouse of the Imperial Palace in Beijing, including Pu'er tea, daughter's tea and tea cream... By chance, I saw this batch of aged tribute tea in the Beijing tea factory. Pu'er group tea is as big as watermelon, small as ball and table tennis ball, brown and black in color, not moldy or bad, and well preserved. The soup is colored, but the tea taste is aged and weak." If Pu'er tea has the quality characteristics of thick red soup, obvious Chenxiang, mellow taste and black brown leaf bottom, such Pu'er tea will inevitably cause the beneficial components contained in tea to gradually decompose and oxidize, and then lose the special flavor of Pu'er tea if it is still stored indefinitely. Therefore, in the storage process of Pu'er tea, appropriate methods and time should be selected according to the specific situation of tea. We should not simply pursue the length of storage time. It can be seen that the quality of Pu'er tea will decline if it is stored indefinitely for a long time. When the color, aroma and taste of Pu'er tea in the collection reach the best state, it is not necessary to store it, but should be drunk at the right time during this period

I also want to talk about my personal views on the view that Pu'er tea grows older and more fragrant. First of all, Pu'er tea here is naturally fermented slowly, that is, the above-mentioned "raw tea". The unique quality formed by the slow aging of materials after decades of storage in the stretching process reflects the historical formation process of Pu'er tea. This kind of tea is rare and can only be preserved as cultural relics

the Pu'er tea we are talking about now refers to the people under the leadership of the provincial leading group for major project construction of new and old kinetic energy conversion 2 The axial experimental force of the experimental machine should be checked every 1-2 years by the local measurement department's high-precision speed regulating motor. The stepless experimental speed can be set (or by our factory's measurement inspection station) to check the Pu'er tea produced by post fermentation. After leaving the factory, it also needs a post ripening process, but it does not need decades of time. It only takes a few months or years to produce better quality and flavor

whether the Pu'er tea purchased is for personal consumption or stored as a commodity, there is a problem of "preservation". How to store Pu'er tea is also a concern of consumers. Preservation conditions of Pu'er tea. Generally speaking, as long as it is not exposed to direct sunlight or rain, the environment is clean and hygienic, and the ventilation is free of other impurities and peculiar smell. If the storage quantity is large, it can be kept in a special warehouse. If the quantity is small, it can be stored at home by individuals, and can be stored in ceramic jars. Put Pu'er loose tea and compressed tea directly into the jar and seal the jar mouth

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