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4. Understand how to store tea. Use opaque food-safe containers with a sealed lid to avoid exposure to light, heat, moisture, and air. (No glass containers)
5. Experiment with tea in other drinks, such as lattes, cider, cocoa or as Chai. Tea can also be used as an ingredient in recipes from desserts to main dishes.
6. Host a tea tasting with friends. Try several different flavors and compare notes. Or hold an actual tea and serve scones and treats with your tea selections.
7. Put brewed tea leaves to good use. Sprinkle them on plants, add to a compost pile or cook with them!
Most people have heard that drinking tea (particularly green tea) is good for you, but they don’t do it because they have memories of less-than-pleasant tea experiences. However, once someone begins to explore all of the options out there, one can find what works for them in flavor, richness and strength.