Exemplars, Part 2

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  1. That’s not a whole lot of mold, which leaves me in awe as always for these tuos. They can take a beating in humid and dry conditions. All we need to do is brush off whatever appears. I have found a 2 year recovery for a moldy tuo leaves the tea a little more aged than a tuo not subjected to punishment.

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  2. Thank you for your write up, I am keeping my tea at 50% to 60%, to reduce the chance of mold, and I keep the temperature below 30°C to slightly restrict mold growth, if it crops up. I will follow your reports, because when it comes to mold, I’m a bit paranoid.

    Thank you!

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