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    Default tea or coffee?

    is there a thread about this two popular drinks aside from soda?

    just clean and fun debate for everybody while enjoying coffee or tea? perhaps...

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    tea.... not those cheap crap ones in packets though.
    Those $800 chinese tea.

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    I can't live without coffee, but I don't mind having tea either.
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    Tea -- black, without any sugar or milk.
    Coffee is all right, so long as I don't have to ingest it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangYushi
    Tea -- black, without any sugar or milk.
    You're my kind of tea-drinker.

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    I can't live without both.

    Coffee - not instant, has to be expresso but I'd rather drink instant then Starbucks, which tastes like watered down coffee.

    Tea - english breakfast + a scone or Jasmine + yumcha.
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    Kung Fu tea... The one where you only have three little cups on a specially made box like object.
    Needs real skills, and real taste for quality tea.

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    i prefer Tea
    i can always make you smile!!!

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    i can live without tea or coffee
    i can always make you smile!!!

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    i used to love tea dnt drink it no more

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    Quote Originally Posted by strife_au
    Kung Fu tea... The one where you only have three little cups on a specially made box like object.
    Needs real skills, and real taste for quality tea.
    Do you mean those yum cha in Hong Kong? Man, those rocks! But it is quite a hassle following the traditions, though? It is very nice...

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    both are great

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    Any type of tea- English, Chinese, Japanese, fruit, herbal etc.
    And tea contains less caffine thn coffee. But i do enjoy a latte or cappuccino or any of the sweet mixes with caramel, chocolate etc. once in a while.
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    I like both tea and coffee, but given a choice, I'd go for coffee. I drink coffee with a bit of milk but no sugar, I dislike coffee that tastes too sweet. I drink all sorts of tea except jasmine green tea, the jasmine fragance completely puts me off. Usually add milk to my tea as well, but no sugar - unless its Japanese green tea, no milk and no sugar.

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    both, coffee and chinese/japanese tea. depends on situation.

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    i seldom hear ppl add sugar or milk into japanese green tea/chinese tea...

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    i only drink coffee in the morning. at first it was effective but after awhile it lost its effectiveness. but it became a habit...i also have a cup during school to keep me awake in a boring class....but only one cup per day

    as for tea I like green tea but I don't drink that very often...i prefer iced tea (normal tea with ice...not the one from the can/bottle or something)

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    Quote Originally Posted by strife_au
    tea.... not those cheap crap ones in packets though.
    Those $800 chinese tea.
    You're my type of tea-drinker.

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    I love the smell of coffee but I hate the taste. Love all kinds of tea, Chinese, Japanese, iced. I'm addicted to the 'milk tea' ("lai cha") they serve at all those Hong Kong-style cafes...

    And I'm also addicted to iced caramel macchiatos from Starbucks...not sure if those count as coffee.
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