Hi hubbers, just for the heck of it. Which one do you prefer coffee or tea and what kind?
Me coffee, black strong. Kicked the booze but I can't seem to kick the caffeine. LOL!
Coffee, without a doubt.
Those of us who reside in the southern US also like our tea, but we take it iced and sweet.
A nice caramel cappuccino and and and.. A soothing mint tea.
@.@ I'm thirsty now..
Both are good at different times.
White tea with one. White coffee with one. Basically if you're a white one, you're in.
English afternoon tea.. V strong with a little milk but no sugar. cappuccinos at any time of the day (sorry Italy) but milk belongs with coffee all day not just before 12 midday!!
I'm learning so much about sheep culture. What is your stance on granola?
Ghost - right on. I'll go because I want the tea. Egg rolls are secondary
Sheep have to stay awake so they can avoid those wolves...
Coffee with cream, except at a Chinese restaurant. Then tea, a couple of pots full.
Coffee - have to have it and wish I could kick it but the thing I learned a long time ago is caffeine helps especially women fight depression. So I'm always happy! ha ha - Coffee though - tried different teas and soy lattes - blah-blah-blah - though if you are sick or just want a little warmth peppermint tea every time...Audrey
Dunkin Dougnuts coffee. Large, 7 creams, 7 sugars, nice and sweet like my disposition!
Suddenly we're best friends, Bill
I'm anti-sugar in coffee, but folks who drink the Dunk are on the A-list.
I only use their brand at home and I've been known to sneak a little with me when I go visit my family.
I make their "Folgers" taste awesome! wink wink
Hehe, yeah I love that coffee. I make it at home but also go up once a day and get a large from the one I can walk to from my house. Don't eat any of the stuff they have though.
HaHa! I've often threatened to brink my D&D with me.. haven't yet though. Mmmmm... wish I could have a cup right now...
As for which, I gotta say I love them both at different times. Coffee is great for mornings, afternoon pick ups and after dinner conversation (although, now that I'm old, the after dinner has to be decaf.) Tea for winding down before bed or when I'm not feeling well, and with a big plate of cookies or pie. (Coffee for cake, doughnuts and pastries.)
Crap. I think I just realized I have too many rules... I won't even get into cocoa.
I've been known to have a mug of coffee AND a mug of cocoa at the same time. Especially on a cold winter night.
I get embarrassed when I notice two mugs on my desk, but my rule is: whatever makes you smile
Black thick coffee, or triple bagged 1/2 hour steeped tea - each suitable & preferred in their own respective situations
Coffee with milk and a bit of honey first thing, and either tea with milk no sugar or more coffee for the rest of the day.
I buy packs of whatever fair trade coffee is available in the local supermarket - as long as it's a strength 4 or 5 - and make it using the hand filter method.
These days I only drink coffee at home - going out for coffee was one of the first things that went as part of my economy drive this year.
I like both. I prefer coffee, and tea only when I'm feeling crappy.
Tea, definitely. I'm very much fond of both, and many types of either. But when it comes down to it, I prefer the aftertaste of tea to the aftertaste of coffee.
I am addicted to coffee. I drink it 24/7. I do, however, enjoy an occasional tea, especially spiced Chai or green Chai tea.
Never learned to appreciate coffee, but after awhile tea finally grabbed me.
Tea for me, please.
by seocompanyhaven 8 years ago
I would like to know, Is there a big difference between Chinese and Japanese green tea?Which one is better and why?
by seocompanyhaven 12 years ago
Who knows, what is the best Japanese green tea and where i can get it?
by The Jet 11 years ago
Coffee or tea?And why? I like both, but coffee is the sure winner -- because it smells wonderful, no tea aroma can put a smile on my face like some fresh coffee aroma, and it makes me type faster. I can list more reasons, but I won't.
by sarovai 11 years ago
Which is advisable? Taking cofee or tea after food or before food? which is mostly recommeded or practised?
by Cynthia 10 years ago
Is there something in coffee or tea besides caffeine to make you jittery?Even when I drink decaf, I still feel jittery. Is there something other than caffeine that causes this? Or is it that they simply just can not remove ALL of the caffeine?
by Susan Keeping 12 years ago
I have decided I have to stop. I am so sad. I love coffee; the taste, the smell, how it makes me feel.But lately I've been having pains in my chest that go away when I don't drink coffee. So, I think I'll have to switch full time to tea. I bought some green tea yesterday and when I was drinking it...
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