What do you prefer for a refreshment - tea, coffee or soft drinks?
I prefer either coffee or tea, but if im really thirsty i love a can of ice cold coke . x
i always keep a great stock of Teavana teas, but it entirely depends on what my mood is. As of late, i find myself going for Dr. Pepper quite a bit with meals.
I prefer mountain dew, but my kidneys are paying for it. Should have stuck with plain water.
I prefer tea or water, usually. (I know, I'm weird - I actually like water.) I don't really like sugar so I can't drink a lot of soda and I hate what soda and coffee does to your body so it slightly disgusts me to drink either...although that doesn't mean I never drink either. haha
A cigarette. It certainly wakes me up. Besides that, probably coffee.
I love tea and coffee... i prefer to have one cup of coffe in the morning, then i take 2-3 cups of tea during my day
I would have to say tea and water. Especially the flavored water with no calories and carbohydrates.
I would say Matcha green tea. Specially Aiya matcha green tea. Try it and you will love it.
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