I actually remember my little sister having tea from a bottle when she was little but I think it was ok "back in the day" (20+ years ago) and pretty common. I wouldn't give tea now, tea has caffeine in it and he doesn't need anything else to keep him stimulated at night!
My LO is a crappy milk drinker and refuses plain water so he has a cup of juice with his meals, but it's very diluted so more like favoured water and most of it ends up splashed all over him anyway, his current favourite thing is shaking his cup like a rattle and tipping it over his tray.
Everyone always tries to talk me into giving tea to my 2 year old. IMO there is no need, it's full of caffeine and interferes with their body's ability to absorb iron. They need their iron more than a bit of tea.
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