Since my appartment is very dry, I decided to move part of my pu-erh stash to some more rural conditions for the summer.
These teas will be stored in my parents shed - the 2 feet thick solid rock walls, partly embedded in the mountain uphill with pretty high humidity may accelerate the aging process. I included some beengs I have at home, so I could compare the different aging of the same beeng by Christmas.
Tong of 2007 Xi Zhi Hao DragonPhoenix (Yunnan Sourcing)
Tong of 2007 Xi Zhi Hao Da Xue Shan (HouDeAsianArt)
Tong of 2003 Lincang Mountain Special Order tea (Teanet)
Tong of 2000 Yi Wu Zheng Shan (Yunnan Sourcing)
In envelopes :
2007 Xi Zhi Hao Da Xue Shan (very floral beeng)
2000 Yi Wu Zheng Shan (partly aged beeng)
2005 Pu-Erh Trade Memorial Beeng (very compact beeng)
I'm very interested to see what will the more humid storage do with the extremely floral Da Xue Shan.