The purpose of this experiment is to observe the effects of heated storage on the aging process of white tea.
Unheated left, heated right. The difference is so subtle it’s almost not there. It’s especially difficult to judge because of the variation in material.
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This is, in effect, an update on a reddit post I wrote more than a year ago, which detailed my failed first attempt at heated tea storage. Continue reading →
The purpose of this experiment is to compare my observations of mold growth on young raw puer to the predictions of dpcalc.org. Continue reading →
Truth Serum is a water recipe designed for tea analysis. Continue reading →
The purpose of this experiment is to observe the effects of conditioning ripe puer to a range of humidity levels in the short term. Continue reading →
The purpose of this experiment is to observe the effects of air exposure on the taste of young raw puer over time. Continue reading →
It turns out, it’s not a defect. Continue reading → These are a few chunks of tea I was going to use in my storage experiments. Continue reading →
This experiment, which began on March 1, 2019, should fulfill two purposes. First and foremost, to verify that my hotboxes will not produce defects in the tea. The second purpose, of much lesser importance this early on, is to note differences between young raw puer stored at 36°C and 40°C. Continue reading → This post details my personal heated storage system. Continue reading →