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Boveda 62% 67 Gram Humidity Pack

Boveda 62% 67 Gram Humidity Pack

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HK$80.00
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Description

These 67g Boveda packs should help keep up to 500g of pu erh at the right moisture level when placed into one of the cotton-covered plastic bags I send pu erh cakes out in (when zippered closed). While a lot of people who use Boveda packs for pu erh prefer to use higher humidity levels, I feel 62% is a much safer bet. In a sealed package, Boveda indicates the humidity should equalize to wiithin 2% of the stated rating, but in a non-airtight (but closed) package, 6% below the rated humidity level is possible. 


From my own home and warehouse storage, I know my tea is still just fine to drink at 50-60% humidity, which is why I decided on the 62% level. These packs will keep your tea at a good moisture level for drinkability while minimizing or entirely mitigating mold risk from lower temperatures or temperature fluctuation.

Once these packs start to get a little hard around the edges, they can be rehydrated, and therefore, used indefinitely. I suggest putting the packs into an airtight container (or even a closed Glad or Ziploc bag) with a bowl or glass of water in the container with the packs. You don't need to put the Boveda packs into the water itself: the water vapour in the container will cause the packs to rehydrate over several days. Just keep an eye on them and don't let them get too swollen with moisture!

Please note I have these shipped to Hong Kong from Amazon in the US. I'm providing these for my buyers' convenience, or for those who cannot purchase Boveda packs in their own countries. Your Boveda packs will be heat sealed in mylar before shipment to keep the moisture in!

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