Topic: Storing alternatives - Low humidity
I'm getting more serious about aging/storing both puerh and oolongs.
It seems most people is talking about how to get lower humidity, I on the other hand want higher.
The long winter here gives me very low humidity inside, I haven't measured it yet but I've read most have about 15-20% tops.
Wich options would be ideal for me to store my tea in, I've read low humidity is not a bad thing but it would be nice to actually age my newer cakes.
So, humidor, earthenware jars or just keep 'em on the shelves as they are now?