Tea vs. Coffee



5 Insightful Comments:

Arturo said...

Dear Laruga
I drink once cup of coffee, then probably more than 10 of tea the remainder of the day - but then I live in the nation where tea is drinked the most and tea is grown. I have access to so many different kinds of great teas. Thanks for the post.

peaceloveyoga said...

10 cups of tea! Wow. Where do you live, again? China? Honestly, I have a love/hate relationship with coffee. I love it to some extent, but I don't think it loves me back. :)

Nobel said...

Dear Laruga,
This is a nice poster :-) If you don't mind, I'm going to "steal" it and use it for my next post.

Arturo said...

Dear Laruga, yes, in Shanghai, China. There is a giant (3 floor) tea market here where you can get all kinds of great teas, and tea preparing and serving paraphernalia. When traveling around the country it's great to stop and buy the local teas, because they vary from region to region. On a regular week I might drink green tea, black tea, mountain rock oolong, fermented puar, and teas made from chrysanthemum flowers, lemon rinds, dates, ginger, etc.

peaceloveyoga said...

@ Nobel - please, be my guest.

@ Arturo - It's so great you have all those options for teas in China. It's quite exotic. It reminds me of my stay in Taiwan. I loved going into those old tea shops. Also enjoyed seeing some of the many tea plantations up in the mountains. So beautiful.


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