Coffee or Tea? Beer or Wine?

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MissLena said

Tea, wine, and beer for me, although for beer I definitely prefer craft or European/import varieties. Anything but coffee haha well, with the exception of a really good authentic cappuccino or latte. But I can’t do caffeine that well, so not very often do I get those. :(

Mostly unrelated sidenote – Blueberry tea (earl grey, amaretto, grand marnier) is also delish.

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zazen5 said

At age 21 I had both caffeine and pseudoephedrine as a training enhancer on board every day in addition to 10-20 cups of coffee a day.http://digitalnaturopath.com/cond/C569985.html Coffee is a hallucinogen in addition to a stimulant.http://jezebel.com/5809344/coffees-bonus-side-effect-hours-of-hallucinogenic-fun (No thanks). With large doses it acts as sedation and as it wears off it becomes a stimulant With coffee it is not the caffeine per se but the overall makeup that makes for a negative drink in my view, 1, moodiness(Im moody enough), 2, energy that crashes later, and 3, peristalsis as the internal organs want to get rid of the stuff. Coffee was originally drank by those following a certain faith and I disagree strongly with their religious beliefs, so for the reason of that plus the cost and bad physical effects I think coffee is garbage. Others are free to use it, but tea is so much better. As for alcohol, this is one heavily destructive drug which I think is pointless. Although I dislike strongly the smell and effects of cannabis I find that having alcohol legal while cannabis is not is hypocritical nonsense. I find it interesting that I have read that Yerba Mate is used to stop alcoholism in South America, and it is a very happy tea. It makes me very happy that so many types of teas are available from so many places and at affordable prices due to the hard work and humbleness of the workers involved in the tea harvest and processing.

Sillyvicen said

Wow coffee as a hallucinogen, that explains a lot about someone in my life and his behavior on his rare 1-2 pots per day versus his usual working diet of about 7 pots per day.

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Valerie said

I drink tea, wine, and alcohol. The fruitier/girlier/pinker, the better!

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Sillyvicen said

As far as tea I usually drink greens. Coffee very rarely and I have to have cream and sugar with it. Sometimes I drink beer but prefer ale’s, can’t stand IPA’s though and I adore porters and lambics. Usually I cook with beer. Wine is one of my true loves, just can’t indulge in it the way that I can with tea.

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Stella select said

I enjoy all four :D

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I like my tea like I like my beer: strong, dark, smokey and aged in bourbon barrels ;) Well no, but I would love to try one! I like many different craft beers actually, but the stronger, spicier and more unique the better. That said I probably only drink beer half a dozen times a year. No coffee. Port, mead and white wines on special occasions. And on very rare occasions I enjoy scotch, gin and other fiery spirits.

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I can’t have wine or beer. I love tea. I tolerate coffee sometime. I like tea the most.

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Erin said

I think this is very true! My husband loves Coffee and beer, while I am the wine and tea gal. We also like opposing football teams too LOL.

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tea! and occasionally coffee if I have a really bad headache

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John said

Mostly a tea and beer lover, wine every once in a while I use the untappd app it really helps find new interesting beers out there. I wish there was an app for tea like it!

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