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Discussion in 'Food, Drinks and Dining' started by chenyswhite, May 15, 2017.

  1. chenyswhite

    chenyswhite New Member

    Hi, there

    Do anyone here like me enjoy a cup of tea everyday?

    Sometimes we can see a lot of people asked question about how to store tea properly? I don’t know there is some differences to store your tea between different type of teas, but avoiding just five storage conditions will make a huge difference in the shelf life of your tea. These factors are light, heat, moisture, odor and air.

    Avoiding the five 'tea killers' above means you'll have to consider the location, packaging material and packaging mechanism you're using to store your tea.

    In my opinion, don't hold onto teas for years. Instead, drink them when they are at their freshest and best.
  2. bill barilko

    bill barilko Full Member

    If you're ever visiting Granville Island Market take your own cup and Granville Island Tea will sell you any Tea on their extensive menu for only $1.50-Best Deal in the place.

    I like the Halmari for Brekkie.
  3. chenyswhite

    chenyswhite New Member

  4. EvansMico10

    EvansMico10 New Member

    I'm a lover of tea and I have teas from Asia and Australia. The best to preserve it is by containing it in a sealed tin can. That way, you can preserve its smell and prevent unwanted oxidation.

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