How to store/preserve Green Tea at home.



How to Store Green Tea to Keep Fresh

Steps

  1. Go for quality.Well-made tea lasts longer. It has undergone high heat fixation process that kills tea enzymes. It should be dried to to 2% to 3% moisture level.
  2. Buy early spring.The best green tea is harvested from February to April. Buy early spring and enjoy them for the rest of the year.
  3. Seal in polyfoil laminate.Make sure your vendor uses a heat sealed polyfoil laminate. It is the only air-tight container. Other containers such as polythene bags, Ziploc bags and tea tins are not truly airtight.
  4. Avoid freezing-cold room.Once you open your sealed pouch, store in a cool, dark cupboard, in a part of the house where temperature is fairly even. Temperature change can induce water inside the tea container.
  5. Consume within 2 months.As your container is not likely to be truly airtight, try to consume it as soon as possible, preferably within 2 months.
  6. Use cold storage wisely.Unopened pouches may be stored in a fridge or freezer. Temperature cycles can cause ice crystals and "freezer burn" to form. The ideal fridge is a chest freezer, as cold air stays below when the lid is opened. Insulate pouches in a box.
  7. Open chilled pouches slowly.Wait for it to warm to room temperature before opening. This will prevent air moisture from condensing.
  8. Do not re-freeze.Once you have opened your sealed pouches, do not keep them in a freezer. This is because the tea will be somewhat damp, and re-freezing and the subsequent thawing will dampen it even further.

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  • Question
    How long does brewed green tea keep fresh?
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    Community Answer
    It should be good for about a week.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    Can I keep the green tea bags in the refrigerator?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    You do not need to, as you can simply store them in a cool, dry place.
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  • Question
    Can I dtore green tea after making in a flask for a day?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    This depends on the type of tea. If it is an airtight flask, it will definitly start to stink, so watch out for that. Also, don't leave the tea bag or tea leaves in there.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    Can green tea leaves be re-used ?
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    Community Answer
    Yes, but after you use them the first time, they will continue to decrease in potency. To reuse them, simply lay them on a cloth or paper to dry, and then use as normal.
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