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#1: Reusing storage canisters

Posted on 2006-07-16 00:21:31 by Piedmont

I noticed a lingering aroma from the last batch of tea in one of my empty
canisters, and wonder if - and how best - it should be aired/cleaned out
before filling it with a different variety of tea... or, is it even
important to do so?

Thanks for any tips.

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#2: Re: Reusing storage canisters

Posted on 2006-07-16 03:26:03 by Bluesea

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&gt; I noticed a lingering aroma from the last batch of tea in one of my empty
&gt; canisters, and wonder if - and how best - it should be aired/cleaned out
&gt; before filling it with a different variety of tea... or, is it even
&gt; important to do so?

Yes, because tea absorbs aromas. A solution of baking soda and water will
neutralize it. What kind of canister do you have? Tin, ceramic, glass?

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#3: Re: Reusing storage canisters

Posted on 2006-07-16 14:11:11 by Piedmont

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&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; I noticed a lingering aroma from the last batch of tea in one of my
&gt;&gt; empty canisters, and wonder if - and how best - it should be
&gt;&gt; aired/cleaned out before filling it with a different variety of
&gt;&gt; tea... or, is it even important to do so?
&gt;
&gt; Yes, because tea absorbs aromas. A solution of baking soda and water
&gt; will neutralize it. What kind of canister do you have? Tin, ceramic,
&gt; glass?
&gt;

It's tin. I'm not sure if washing it with water would damage it.

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#4: Re: Reusing storage canisters

Posted on 2006-07-16 14:54:07 by Mike Petro

On Sun, 16 Jul 2006 07:11:11 -0500, Elmo Topp &lt;<a href="mailto:no&#64;spam.net" target="_blank">no&#64;spam.net</a>&gt; wrote:

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&gt;&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;&gt; I noticed a lingering aroma from the last batch of tea in one of my
&gt;&gt;&gt; empty canisters, and wonder if - and how best - it should be
&gt;&gt;&gt; aired/cleaned out before filling it with a different variety of
&gt;&gt;&gt; tea... or, is it even important to do so?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Yes, because tea absorbs aromas. A solution of baking soda and water
&gt;&gt; will neutralize it. What kind of canister do you have? Tin, ceramic,
&gt;&gt; glass?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt;It's tin. I'm not sure if washing it with water would damage it.

Water could rust the tin. Fill it with pure baking soda and let it sit
overnight, then dump out the powder and wipe it out with a dry towel.
That should work.

Another old trick is to put a little bit of the new tea in the tin
(maybe an inch on the bottom) and let it sit for a day or two. The tin
will then absorb the aroma of the new tea, and the tea will absorb the
old odors. Then throw the tea out. This does work because I used it to
change a tin from jasmine pearl to black puerh.


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