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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    I usually prefer Tea. I used to drink creamed coffee from a grocery store I used to drive to, but not anymore, unless it's a Cafe Mocha. Mmm, Mocha...
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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    There is no drink that I can't stand as far as the taste go.

    I used to drink a lot of pepsi too. But these pop (or soda) are really no good for the health.

    Coffee is ok. I don't remember if there is any bad aspect of it for health.
    Tea is probably the most healthy stamp drink. Its health benefits are so great. It also does the same thing as coffee - to make you not feeling tired and not wanting to sleep. Some people here seem to not know this fact. They would drink tea before going to bed. Good luck with that lol... I must stop drinking tea in the late afternoon in order to sleep at night at all.

    It is also obvious that tea drinking is much more popular in UK than in the U.S.

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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ram8349
    It is also obvious that tea drinking is much more popular in UK than in the U.S.
    Why?

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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    I'm surprised that I'm the only vote for coffee so far. I grew up around my grandpa for a good period of my childhood and I would always drink some of his coffee when he made it. Its simply a taste that stuck for me. Plus it brings back memories as well. For the most part I find tea somewhat dry, it gives me a sore throat
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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis
    Quote Originally Posted by Ram8349
    It is also obvious that tea drinking is much more popular in UK than in the U.S.
    Why?
    My mom studied her master degree in UK back when I was 5. She told me tea is more popular there. In the U.S. there is barely anyone asking if I want tea.

    I am open to most drinks, but I drink tea in the place of water when I am at home. Besides 100% fruit juice. It's an influence from my parents.


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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    I vastly prefer Tea to Coffee mainly because I can't stand the taste nor smell of Tea.
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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by Heresiarch Grimm
    I vastly prefer Tea to Coffee mainly because I can't stand the taste nor smell of Tea.
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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    Yea, I realised my typo about twenty minutes after I made it. I hate Tea. TEA. Coffee is fine.
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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ram8349
    Quote Originally Posted by Mantis
    Why?
    My mom studied her master degree in UK back when I was 5. She told me tea is more popular there. In the U.S. there is barely anyone asking if I want tea.

    I am open to most drinks, but I drink tea in the place of water when I am at home. Besides 100% fruit juice. It's an influence from my parents.
    I get the impression you're around thirty now. Twenty-five years is quite a long time, and times have changed. Much research shows that coffee is far more popular in the UK than tea. In other countries that are tea producers such as China, they aren't stereotyped despite drinking far more tea. (As a percentage; I know China's much bigger obviously.)

    So, perhaps if you used the word "was" instead of "is", you'd be correct. But all you're doing is perpetuating a stereotype that has just as much truth to it in the present day as me saying, "It's obvious that having large bags of Doritos for breakfast is extremely popular in the US."

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    RE: Tea or Coffee?

    I enjoy the unsweetened tea with meals.
    Coffee is usually just a breakfast thing for me.
    So I shall give it to tea for frequency.
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    This was a good idea Mantis.

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