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Postby heavydoom » Aug 15th, '08, 17:54

i don't know. there is no rhyme or reason when it comes to ordering stuff for me. something inside told me just to get 5 of each of those. i have tasted the my ye chun one and i have tasted that other one too, the wild arbor one, 2007. i loved them both.
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Postby shogun89 » Aug 15th, '08, 18:18

Beautiful collection there heavy. And I must say excellent choice of computer! My whole family will buy nothing bu Macs, I love Macs. 8)
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Postby shogun89 » Aug 15th, '08, 18:23

So I can work out the room left in my pumidor could someone please post the diameter of a regular Menkgu 400 g. and 500 g., thanks!
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Postby Dizzwave » Aug 17th, '08, 15:18

shogun89 wrote:So I can work out the room left in my pumidor could someone please post the diameter of a regular Menkgu 400 g. and 500 g., thanks!
They all seem to be the same diameter, just thicker than the 357s.
Although, it's probably good to have an extra inch for ventilation anyway.. and just in case I'm wrong. :)
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Postby shogun89 » Aug 17th, '08, 15:58

Dizzwave wrote:
shogun89 wrote:So I can work out the room left in my pumidor could someone please post the diameter of a regular Menkgu 400 g. and 500 g., thanks!
They all seem to be the same diameter, just thicker than the 357s.
Although, it's probably good to have an extra inch for ventilation anyway.. and just in case I'm wrong. :)


To tell you the truth I think I am going to build another puidor! I am getting scared about loading up a little box full of tea with no room for air to circulate. I am probably going for a cupboard, sort of like yours. Something very large so there is lots of room for air movement. When my Bai Cha Tang cake gets here it sure as heck isnt going in the pumidor, Just too expensive to see killed with mold. It would make an excellent cigar humidor. . . .
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Postby augie » Aug 17th, '08, 22:48

hop_goblin wrote:I have already posted it somewhere in a Pu thread! :lol:
The boxes below contain pu as well. I just rotate my stock by placing them on the rack. I have acquired a few more beengs since I have taken this pic.


So, now, is this in addition to your humidor or is this the humidor?

Dizzwave That is one nice cast-off piece of furniture! My good furniture isn't that great! LOL

Awesome collections, both.
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Postby Trioxin » Aug 18th, '08, 00:30

Thats a hell of a shipment heavydoom. I'm drinking the 2007 Mu Ye Chun right now.
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Postby shogun89 » Aug 18th, '08, 12:50

How does one make this thread a sticky, I think it should stay so people can always post new additions to their collection.
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Postby Salsero » Aug 18th, '08, 12:52

Send a PM to Chip or Mary R. Good idea.
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Postby shogun89 » Aug 18th, '08, 13:06

Salsero wrote:Send a PM to Chip or Mary R. Good idea.


Message sent! :D :D
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Postby devites » Sep 10th, '08, 01:58

Salsero that pic was awesome. You should make a tea picture book all of your pictures are like art! This thread is such a good idea. I just started getting into puerh and this is great place to see what I should get.
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Postby Bubba_tea » Oct 4th, '08, 02:13

Just got my big order in from YS!!! Hey, I bought those 'rust gradient' cups, and the glaze is cracking - looks cool, but is it suppose to do it? (looks like crackle glaze after the cup was exposed to heat).

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Postby Salsero » Oct 4th, '08, 04:13

So cool!
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Postby Trioxin » Oct 4th, '08, 04:43

Bubba_tea wrote:Just got my big order in from YS!!! Hey, I bought those 'rust gradient' cups, and the glaze is cracking - looks cool, but is it suppose to do it? (looks like crackle glaze after the cup was exposed to heat).

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Is that the same Da Hong Pao pot as my two?
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Postby shogun89 » Oct 4th, '08, 11:28

Nice! Please be sure to tell us your thoughts on the teas, Is that Menghai cake an 8582? I tried that from the pu box and was really impressed by it, Its really smooth and has a great flavor. Lotta bang for the buck!
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