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Pu’er Storage Background and Research Summary – Part 3

by John Bickel May 23, 2019

Continued from Pu’er Storage Background and Research Summary – Part 2 It’s problematic to summarize those citations and opinions as reaching one uniform consensus related to one limited point, since they really don’t.  But as a general rule, opinions on humidity control typically cited around 60% RH as a reasonable … Continue reading →

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Pu’er Storage Background and Research Summary – Part 2

by John Bickel May 22, 2019

Continued from Pu’er Storage Background and Research Summary – Part 1 Pu’er Storage Environment Basics (part 1 of the 2 articles written for the Moychay vendor site):  The basics, informed by extensive background review for the second article, also grounded by the previous 2 + years of review and public … Continue reading →

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The Six Immutable Laws of Tea Storage

by Tony Gebely February 15, 2019

Storing tea can be very simple. If you keep your tea in an airtight container and then store your container in a dark, cool, dry place free from strong odors, you will likely consume it before any degradation in aroma or taste occurs. However, tea is constantly deteriorating, very slowly, as soon as the leaves [...]
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