I thought I'd share my alcohol storage and colour chart in case it helps anyone.
Firstly I use Ranger's Adirondack alcohol inks and store them in this A4, plastic box which you can easily get, dead cheap from places like The Range or Hobbycraft, etc
There's enough room for the entire collection of inks, a blending tool, felts, a bottle of blending solution, a mini-mister, cotton-buds and the kitchen sink.
I haven't bothered with colour-coding the lids as it's quite easy to find the colour I need. I divide mine into Mixatives, Pinks & Purples, Greens & Browns, Yellows & Oranges... you get the idea.
There is a blank, downloadable colour chart on the Rangers website here. However, if you want to print it out on Yupo, which will give you best result, the chances are that your printer ink will never dry and just smudge, so I created my own on an A4 sheet of the 110gsm version & simply used a rule & black Sharpie to draw my lines. By doing it this way I found that when I dripped 1 drop of ink in each section, the Sharpie somehow created a barrier and the ink didn't spread into the next colour segment.
I've stuck the colour chart on the inside of my lid.
The beauty of a Yupo colour chart is that you can see the true colours and have a constant reminder of how a colour reacts, eg... Cool Peri has a pink surround, Shell Pink a cream one.