No they won't.
Originally Posted by grasshopper
This reminds me a lot of wine. Most of it, including almost all the inexpensive stuff, isn't capable of cellaring for any period of time. Not that there's anything wrong with that ... a nice Beaujolais is very enjoyable. The ability to not just withstand a few decades of cellaring but also to flourish, develop and improve over that time is possessed by only a small percentage of wines made ... mostly the expensive ones.
Originally Posted by shah8
Funny how that works.
I know a lot more about wine than pu-er ... and not all that much about wine, when push comes to shove ... but a couple decades in your basement isn't going to turn a sow's ear into a silk purse ... otherwise, those sow's ears would cost a lot more.
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