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I prefer tea over coffee, but sometimes when I feel I need that extra "kick", I will drink coffee. Tea makes me feel warm and cozy. I guess that is why I prefer it.
I love a cup of tea but trying not to stereotype I suppose thats because I am British, however when I go abroad I drink Coffee because you cant get British tea and the stuff that they give you can sometmes be quite awful.
So its difficult for me to answer this one x
I prefer tea because I don't feel " that kick " you get from coffee. All to often people are searching for something that they can feel in there body. Recently I have been enjoying a cup of coffee about every other day or every 2 days. As for tea, I probably drink 2-4 cups daily of white tea or black tea.
I prefer tea because to me it tastes better and also because it doesn't give me that rotten "coffee breath".
A really good cup of coffee makes me feel really fine. Bad coffee is so awful I feel violated when I get it. Good tea is also wonderful, but I don't relate to it as well as I do to coffee. Coffee is truly a habit with me - I don't feel right until I've had at least one or two cups in the morning.
Can't go without coffee. I like tea as well but coffee is just so much better. Strong with milk, but hold the sugar.
Tea because it is relaxing and there are so many different varieties.
Definitely tea! My reasons for liking tea, however, are because I have a health condition that makes coffee difficult for me to handle at times. I have learned to love tea instead
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