yalokinh wrote:So im not typically a puer drinker, but im slowly getting into it.
I know puer needs a specific storage, but i just dont have it.
Will there be negative consequences if its just stored in a glass jar with an airtight seal?
It all depends.
Are you planning long term storage of whole cakes and bricks to age Sheng Pu Erh (shu doesn't exactly "age" in the way Sheng ages, it's left for some time more in order to get rid of the smells and flavors from the fermentation process), or do you just want to store a small amount in lose form to drink once a while?
If it's the latter case, a normal tea container away from strong smells, such as kitchen smells, is sufficient, in a location that is not too stuffy. It doesn't need to be air tight.
If it is the former case, then it depends a lot on the climate, and additionally there are huge debates on what people consider proper storage - natural vs. artificially raised humidity in drier climates, etc.