The short answer is that concentrates will retain its flavour profile and terpenes for four to eight months. Following that time frame, oxidation or air exposure may result in gradual degradation of flavour and terpene retention.
That being said, there are storage strategies to keep your concentrates fresher for longer. Since oxidation is the main cause of concern, you’d want minimize air exposure for your concentrates. Segment your concentrates into pieces and wrap them in parchment paper tightly around each piece. Next, store your concentrate pieces in an air-tight container and store them in a cool, dry, and dark place.
You may be wondering, can you still use older concentrates?
Independent studies have shown that concentrates could retain 66% of its potency if it’s 2 years old, and 51% for concentrates that are 3 years old.
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