Why I Drink Tea

blog_BlackteaI was told when I first started college that I will end up drinking large amounts of coffee. The first year I didn’t need the caffeine, I was able to handle the work that my professors were giving me. I also didn’t touch coffee because I didn’t like it, it was too strong. Plus there seems to be a ritual that goes along with making coffee, a certain amount of sugar and milk that one has to put in it. I didn’t know how I liked my coffee.

My second year at college I was introduced to tea through my girlfriend. I got a cold during the rainy season and I needed something to get through the day since the world doesn’t stop for a sick college student. She suggested drinking black tea with honey and lemon. Not only would it help with my cold, it would get me through the day no problem. I tried it one morning and it changed my life.
Black and green tea contains 10 times more antioxidants than fruits and vegetables.  For me, tea seemed more natural than coffee. It went down much smoother, though I know some would disagree with me. Tea is good and healthy for you, though one cup of black tea has half the caffeine as one cup of coffee. For me it’s perfect.

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