#1
I found a yogi tea bag, sealed in a paper wrapper. Looks fairly new, no expiration date, is it fine to drink?
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#3
It may have lost flavor, but it's still probably safe to drink.

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#4
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This. As long as you don't see mold on it, it's fine.
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#6
It should be fine. Tea leaves are dried so there shouldn't be anything wrong with it. Besides... you're boiling it in hot water. That should take care of any bacteria.
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#7
no sir it doesnt go bad.
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#9
I guess the only way it could go bad is after you make it. Leaving tea out of the fridge after a while sucks. Gets all funky-like
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as long as you dont put drugs in it you should be fine.

well then why would he drink it