Does CHINA GREEN TEA have a shelf life? Green tea naturally has a shelf life, but different green teas have different shelf life. We can safely drink the green tea within the shelf life, but it is not recommended to drink the expired green tea.
The shelf life of different green teas is as follows: Green tea has the shortest shelf life. Generally speaking, the shelf life is about 1 year at room temperature. Of course, if you are a local tyrant and have a refrigerator dedicated to storing green tea, the shelf life can be extended to about 18 months. Black tea is a fully fermented tea with a long shelf life, which can be stored for more than 2 years. However, generally speaking, even if it is stored properly, the taste will change after 2 years, so try not to wait until 2 years later. Oolong tea is a semi-fermented tea. Generally speaking, it is only about 18 months if it is kept in the refrigerator. The baked ones, like Wuyi Rock Tea, can still be drunk even if they are left for 2 years.
The second is white tea. "1 year tea, 3 years medicine, 7 years treasure." White tea has the characteristics of more aging and more fragrant. The longer the storage year, the value and taste will not decrease but increase. Of course, this refers to the case of proper storage and improper storage. The tea also becomes slag. Dahei tea also has the characteristics of aging and fragrant. It can be stored for a long time in a clean, moisture-proof and odor-free environment. However, after post-fermentation, there is no limitless potential of raw tea and white tea. Generally speaking, loose tea has the best taste after 3 to 5 years. If the tea is pressed tightly, 10 to 15 years will not be enough. No more room for appreciation. Yellow tea, as the lowest-key and least-existent yellow tea, has one more stuffy yellow in the production process than green tea, and its shelf life has not improved much because of the stuffy yellow. About 1 year, it's almost enough. Pu'er tea, as the most popular Pu'er tea in recent years, has been "stir-fried" by collectors for its characteristics of aging and fragrant. Ripe tea is generally more than 15 years old, and raw tea will taste better as it ages.
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