*[EXPIRED TEA! GOOD FOR COLLECTION / SWAP TEA HOBBY]

 

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Christmas tea time with honey and caramel 
"Honey Caramel Tea" A Matryoshka Doll Concept (Russian Doll)

 


[How to make dark milk tea]
(1) Add 100 ml of hot water to one tea bag and steam it for 5 to 10 minutes.
(2) Squeeze the tea bag well and take it out, and make a thick deep boiled soup. 
(3) Completion of putting 2 tea liquid in milk at room temperature. 
 Recommended tea 2: milk 1. If you add sweetness, richness increases and the taste gathers.

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  • EXPIRED TEA: 2021.08

    [TEA PROFILE]
    Origin: Sri Lanka Hairufuna 
    Tea garden: Lumbini 
    Altitude: about 500m 
    Grade: BOP selection hand-picked bespoke 
    Tea solution: Red-Orange 
    Tea leaves aroma: Moruti incense of spread, such as caramel and floral sweetness
    Taste: Tannin at first, than caramel rides upward in the mouth. At the same time more comfortable. The scent of honey remains. Light sweetness when putting milk or lowering the temperature.

     

    [INGREDIENT]

    Weight: 2g × 5 p (vertical 6.1 cm × side 5.8 cm × height 12 cm)
    Ingredients: Lumbini Tea, Honey, Caramel
    Country of Origin: India, Sri Lanka

    Best Before: More than half a year

    Storage Method: Store in a cool, dry place

    EXPIRED: END 08 2021

  • My tea bags are expired, can I still use them? 

    Tea bags will be fine for keeping more than a year in the pantry, but even long after that, they're still safe to consume. They just might change colour or flavour. And tea is herb. 

    Will advise to kept them in a ziplock bag, and place them in the fridge for keeping them fresh.

    If your tea has an expiration date then it's just for best quality, not safety. I've personally found tea bags sitting at the back of the pantry that were more than 3 years old, the packaging had even started to fade, and the tea taste was still fine and lighter, some tea even taste sweeter and good. Will advise you to just steep it for a little longer for a stronger taste.