How Long Does Tea Last?

You might be astonished to learn that tea is consumed far more than coffee around the world. Globally, three cups of tea are consumed for every one cup of coffee, according to Pew Research Center estimates. 

According to study, water is the only beverage that humans drink more frequently than tea. According to the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 

tea is the fourth most popular drink in the country, trailing only water, coffee, and sweetened beverages such as juice or soda. 

According to UK Tea & Infusions Association historians, tea has been consumed by humans since around 2700 BC, hence it is not a transitory fad or culinary trend. 

However, the teas aren't quite as ageless. So, how long does tea last, and what should a sipper do if they don't use all of the leaves right away? 

Continue reading to learn how to store tea so that it retains its flavor over time. We'll also look at some often asked questions regarding this popular beverage.

We consulted tea experts and researched the science to help you sip sensibly.Drink date labels like 'Best Before' and 'Best 

Used By' refer to optimal quality in terms of flavor and texture, just as food expiration dates are almost always more of a suggestion than a hard-and-fast food safety rule, explains Nadia De La Vega, director of tea sustainability and content at DAVIDsTEA.

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