Tea lovers versus coffee lovers | Some myths busted

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Tea lovers versus coffee lovers – Some myths busted.

Ever since the evolution of mankind, humans have been bifurcated into various types. Male and female, Black and white, Animal lover and animal hater, Atheist and religious, Salman Khan and Shahrukh Khan, Bigg boss lovers and haters and the most important being tea and coffee lovers.
It’s become a trend that people prefer one of these beverage over the other in huge numbers and develop a disliking towards the ones who don’t love their preference. Often they also end up typecasting the other category.

Check out various opinions that coffee lovers have about the tea lovers:

Lazy and really calm:

Yes I know you tea lovers would say this isn’t true. Hang in there. Due to almost no caffeine content in their beverage, tea drinkers are often considered to be lazy, calm or mediated. Here’s the truth behind this assumption. You would find coffee lovers Hyperactive and overcharged after they consume their extra strong shot of espresso, which makes them believe that tea drinkers are lazy and laid back.
I’m with you on this tea lovers (I better be, my most favourite people are in your team??).

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Can’t have it without a bite:

It’s always assumed that unlike coffee lovers, tea lovers can’t have their cup of beverage without some delicious snack. So basically I discovered this isn’t true. They do prefer to binge on something yummy with their tea, but could definitely do without it.

They are pretentious:

Often I have observed that coffee drinkers have this misconception that tea drinkers are pretentious. Don’t get me wrong?and stick around. When coffee lovers crave the caffeine pump, they could have it in any form, be it with milk, plain, with cream, or with any DAMN thing, but they aren’t too picky or choosy about it. Well yes they would definitely want a particular amount of strength in their coffee though. On the contrary tea drinkers are really picky with the kind of tea they want, the kind of flavour, amount of milk, sugar or even water. Trust me, being a coffee drinker myself, I have had some horrific experiences where some people have almost thrown the tea I made for them, on my face. No kidding.

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Addicted to tea:

We coffee lovers believe that people who consume tea more than two times a day just can’t live without it. I personally have asked so many people in my life to quit and have got some crazy reactions in return. The truth is that there isn’t any harm if one consumes tea more than twice a day. Tea is a healthy and safe drink, anyday safer than consuming alcohol twice a day?. Just saying.

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This blog is a part of the Chai-a-thon blog train organized by ‘The Momsteins
I would like to thank Jinal for introducing me. You can read her post at Foreversassymommy .
I would also recommend you to check out my fellow blogger and a dear friend Prisha’s blog Mummasaurus and read her wonderful post on the prompt.


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  1. I agree!!! Tea lovers are definitely extremely finicky about the numerous things they put in their tea. Ginger, elaichi etc etc, we coffee lovers are sorted. ?just the right amount of coffee and we are fine. But I like tea too at evening time.

    1. Thank you for your comment! It’s true that tea lovers can be quite particular about the different flavors and ingredients they add to their tea. However, it’s also great to hear that you can appreciate both tea and coffee. They both have their own unique flavors and benefits. Thanks again for your comment and have a wonderful day!

    1. Thank you for your comment! I’m glad to hear that you enjoyed the pictures and the post about winter mornings. It’s definitely a cozy and peaceful time of day that can be enjoyed with a warm beverage and a scenic view. Thanks again for your comment and have a great day!

    1. Thank you for your comment! It’s great to hear that you could relate to the post about the health benefits of tea. Tea is a wonderful beverage with many positive effects on the body, and it’s always good to enjoy it in moderation.

  2. I always used to feel guilty of being a tea lover but feeling quite relieved today that it’s no sin haha. Loved your take on tea love myths. Awesome read while having my evening ?

    1. Thank you for your comment! I’m glad to hear that the article helped ease any guilt you may have had about being a tea lover. Tea is a great beverage with many health benefits, and it’s always good to enjoy things in moderation.

    1. Thank you for your comment! I’m glad to hear that the article helped broaden your perspective on coffee and green tea. Both beverages can have a variety of health benefits, but as with anything, it’s important to consume them in moderation.

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