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Educational Series – 20 Year Old Puerh / A History of Different Storage Conditions

by PuerhCollector » Jan 8th, '18, 02:05

As we begin the New Year in 2018 I thought I would extend the promotion for this highly educational Sample Pack. The special price US$125 (Normal Price US$185) will remain until the end of January 2018.
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If you ever wondered how the differences in storage conditions affect puerh tea then don’t miss out on this opportunity. This is a wonderful opportunity to taste and compare 4 puerh teas at approx. 20 years old that have been stored and nurtured under different conditions ranging from natural (dry) to traditional (wet) storage. Despite the teas being roughly the same age each tea has progressed at a different pace towards maturity. These differences are notable but are clearly aligned to the same theme. By brewing and comparing these samples you will greatly advance your perception and understanding of puerh storage.

20 Year Old Puerh Tea Sample Pack (4 x 20g)
1) DRY STORED 1997 Loose Leaf (Dry Storage)
2) LIGHT WET 1990s Private Production (Light Wet Stored)
3) MILD WET 1990s Menghai Green Label
4) MEDIUM WET 1990s Menghai Orange Label (HK Private Commission)

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http://theguidetopuerhtea.blogspot.com/ ... puerh.html

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Re: Educational Series – 20 Year Old Puerh / A History of Different Storage Conditions

by TuoChaTea » Jan 10th, '18, 01:03

Funny, the wrappers defiňitely do not look like 20 years old wet storage cakes I saw before

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Re: Educational Series – 20 Year Old Puerh / A History of Different Storage Conditions

by PuerhCollector » Jan 10th, '18, 10:25

TuoChaTea wrote: Funny, the wrappers defiňitely do not look like 20 years old wet storage cakes I saw before
There are varying degrees of traditional (wet) storage out there. I tend to lean toward ones that are not heavily wet and with a cleaner profile. In any case please share some pictures and ideally the teacake inside. I think we all are more than happy to see some tea porn :lol: :lol: :lol:

I will also take this opportunity to direct you to 2 recent reviews by TeaDB on 2 of the teas mentioned above.

DRY STORED 1997 Loose Leaf (Dry Storage)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKPSri1nJ7w

MILD WET 1990s Menghai Green Label
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TO79ZU1LtiU

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