Definitely green tea. I don't care too much for the taste of normal (black) tea.
I like green tea, black tea, and white teas, depending on my mood. I find green teas to be much lighter and more refreshing than black teas.
i think green tea is better then normal tea because green tea is very good for health after dinner.....
Green tea, with lemons in it I love it so much. Though black tea is good also, but I prefer green tea.
I have been a tea drinker all my life and I love my tea. I have tried green tea but I can't make myself substitute it even though I know it's better for me. I like my tea with milk and you can't put milk in green tea.
I prefer green tea- but cold and with milk and sugar in it. SO Delicious!
All but black, I avoid caffeine all that I can and usually it is a medley of green, white, chamomile, white, etc, brewed together and I add honey. I make enough to do a few days.
Definitely green tea is much healthier than the normal one.I usually prefer green tea.
real English Breakfast tea, milk no sugar, in a porcelain mug.
by Linda Bilyeu 18 months ago
Do you prefer coffee or tea?I'm a tea drinker. Black, white, green...I like them all. I never liked the taste of coffee, but I do like the smell.
by Billy Haynes 9 months ago
I was put on a Candida diet about 7 weeks ago, instantly had to stop drinking coffee (green tea only). At the 6 week mark, I was able to start re-introducing foods I had to eliminate, coffee was one of the first options.However, this morning I found myself tied between wanting tea, or coffee! I...
by beaddve1800 20 months ago
I am a fan of Green tea, but when I am sick, I will have peppermint tea.What is your favorite one?
by Elena 14 months ago
If I put sugar in Green Tea, does it spoil the benefit?(I am drinking one cup a day, but find it so bitter)
by Silver Fish 6 years ago
Coffee or tea?
by rfox21 6 years ago
Geen Tea or Black Tea -- Which do you prefer?
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