Well, which is better?
Let's settle this once and for all, /fit/.
What barbaric monsters don't drink both? They're two different drinks. Coffee is a good pick me up especially with friends. Tea is a nice relaxing but still somewhat perky drink with say family in the afternoon or green if drunk after East Asian food.
Water, tea and milk.
>STILL drinking the caffeinated Jew
i drink both
teas more relaxing but also has a boring taste
coffee has much more flavour more body and aroma but can't be drunk as often as tea and obvious the caffeine content means its not that good for night times
but the winner is water
water is better than both
Coffee makes my hands and feet sweaty and cold while making me fucking nervous.
After i stopped drinking coffee a year ago i sleep better, less tired in the morning, better appetite and digestion, rarely feel cold.
are you male or female?
How much did you drink
and how much do you weigh
some people are very sensitive to caffeine but for you to have that reaction i'd expect a similar result from tea since its also caffeinated
>inb4: pick one hurrdurr
Its not only me, after i told peopl ei know to pay attention they realized its the same witht hem.
Also it doesnt necessarily have to be the caffeine, there are tons of other compounds in coffee.
what biscuit of choice?
I'm a plain kinda dude so i pick a rich tea or plain digestive, chocy digestive or hobknob if im feeling adventurous
or if im not dipping the biccy i might pick a cutard cream or bourbon cream
>he will never tuck in on a cold winters night
>he will never savour the warm sensation of a good cuppa
>he will never dunk biscuits into his tea for just the right amount of time
>he will never stick a soggy biscuit down his jabber
>he will never appreciate the crunchy yet soggy personality the biscuit takes
Being american, not even once
I drink 3 or 4 cups of coffee a day. But my coffee is the best coffee. Organic, fresh ground and brewed in my own weird way. (Basically a french press without the press.) Milk and sometimes honey are added. SO damn good. Tea is good too, I drink tea occasionally. But coffee is superior I mean come on...
Wasn't there something that by eating the glazuur (don't know the English word) on your teeth is a little damaged and brushing within a certain time would only damage the teeth ?
Tea is more comfy, I only drink it during the morning/evening. Feels wrong to rush tea.
Coffee you can drink whenever, however. I can tolerate bad coffee but I can't tolerate bad tea.
I drink this shit because it tastes awesome and is basically zero calories
Tetleys is one of the most popular that fits this description but pretty much any home tea desu. PG Tips, any supermarket own brand, Yorkshire tea, Typhoo, Scottish Blend, etc etc
Digestive is one of the most common/basic biscuits and were traditionally quite hard and grainy with little sugar and a lot of fat, but these days they're just sugar + flour + salt + butter + maybe some oats or bran or whatever you have. They're sugary as fuck these days and designed specifically for dipping in tea/coffee
Make your own or buy them online.
Hes sayin you shouldnt brush your teeth after eating acidic foods cause it wears your enamel quicker. And hes right. Brush first then eat if youre eating/drinking anything with fruit or acid
Coffee, mild roast
Coffee, dark roast
Green tea with jasmin, chilled, 3 glasses
Coffee, mild roast 1-2 cups
>Evening, after dinner:
>Oolong tea 1-3 cups
>If working late
3 cups of coffee, dark roast
I have a caffeine problem. Halp.
I drink tea without feeling much of anything from it. I typically drink about a cup of black coffee a day at work about an hour after I get in. Sometimes I'll have one an hour or so after lunch as well, but not that frequently. On Saturday I typically don't drink coffee, and on Sunday I usually brew some sort of flavoured coffee and I drink it with a little Carnation evaporated milk.
When I drink tea it's usually with Carnation and sweetener, after dinner with my family when I visit them on Wednesdays and Sundays.
The only reason for coarse grind is for shitty filters that can't keep the sediment out of your coffee. If you have a good french press you can grind as fine as you want and not miss out on all that flavor.
i fucking love coffee. i had my first taste of it when i was 7, and in 8th grade i was drinking almost a pot of it every morning. the smell of it makes me happy, the sight of it soothes my nerves, and the taste is absolute rapture.
im 34 btw
i drink coffee every single morning
i go through phases of tea drinking. like i'll have a few cups in the afternooon for a few weeks straight then not touch it for a month. i dunno why. i like coffee more and would have it instead if it had less caffeine
green tea for pre-workout
water for mid workout
whey powder (or goat's milk as that is the most beneficial) for post workout
then about drink water continuously. just continue on drinking water. keep yourself well hydrated.
want to know more? refer to Scooby
If you are buying the correct coffee it is heavenly
i meant that is usually easily to get. obviously i dont own a farm with a lactating donkey. which where i live, you can get goat milk like regular cow milk (which is in cairns, aus)
if i drink regular cow milk, i get headaches and respirtory problems. which i usually stick to light soy. but im going to move on to goat. if the taste is like shit. tough love, im gonna have to learn to love it.
>he doesnt drink 6 cups of coffee a day
enjoy your prostate cancer
My favorite part of the day is waking up before the sunrise on a weekend and french pressing some coffee. I drink it black, not to be pretentious, but it's just really enjoyable to me for some reason, I honestly can't even explain why it's enjoyable, I just love it.
I love caffeine
anyone else stay really sensitive to its effects even with regular use? I feel on top of the world after every cup of coffee or energy drink
it's a blessing because some of my friends just get sleepy or reserved from it
This, Jesus christ.
>Which do you eat, brocolli or spinach?
>hot or cold flavored beverage to bring comfort
>the social drug aspect
>stains your teeth slightly
>piss a lot
>may help digestion
>hot or cold beverage to bring comfort
Assam. Drinking tea with milk and sugar was invented because the only teas that made it to Europe (the French were the first to add milk to tea) were the darkest, most bitter ones. You don't really want to put milk in a light, subtle blend.
>tea has hardly the amount of caffeine coffee does.
>If you drink 3 cups of tea (or two strong ones) it's the same as one cup of coffee. Easy to drink as much caffeine as you would through coffee.
Coffee in the morning. Or yerba mate with something like gotu kola if I'm not in a hurry
Green tea with dinner and sometimes lunch.
Herbal tea at night.(Passion flower/lemonbalm or lotus)
Even though I like teas a lot, I'd have to go with coffee though.
Nothing beats the warmth.
The same as adding a tablespoon of sugar, basically. There's a sort of Appeal to Nature fallacy when it comes to honey, like its somehow good for you while processed sugar isn't.
When I quit coffee to reset my caffeine tolerance, I discovered I slept much better. And now I figure that if a late afternoon soda would likely keep me awake too long, I probably shouldn't have caffeine at all when I have to wake up at 4AM the next day. I miss coffee tho.