Yes, green tea does lose quality in storage. Factors that degrade the quality of your tea during storage include excessive heat, frequent fluctuations in temperature, direct light, and exposure to air. Read to learn more about proper tea.
Tea, much like a flower, has a blooming point. The blooming point in tea is the point of equilibrium between the forces that allow the flavor quality and complexity of the tea to expresses in its full potential.
it’s normal for some green teas to have a veggie roll flavor, in some cases even a brothy flavor. Any flavor comparable to fish tank water is a clear sign of a bad tea. Read to learn more about how to get the most out of your green tea.