shogun89 wrote:I'm glad to see more people are becoming interested in this topic. I think alot more people would be willing to "raise" a pu erh family if they knew how to properly store it. Hop, Your gun safe idea sounds neat, go get one and try it, lol. The good news is that I held 60% humidity last night, which is good considering I am in the seasoning process, which means the wood is sucking up all the moisture, so once the wood is saturated I hope to get up to 70%. I am going to try for pictures today for you guys, So please dont hesitate to tell me what you think of it whether they're good or bad, I'd like to hear what you guys think. The best part is I can finally start collecting and aging!!!!
Oh, and that propylene glycol, I knew the name but am so used to using the term ethylene form chemistry clase this year.
Shogun, I don't need to to make of buy a pu-erh humidor, luckily my closet stays a constant 72-85%RH.