What is the difference between coffee and tea?

What is the difference between coffee and tea?

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  1. I have never liked the smell or taste of coffee. During a blind smell test, store-bought coffee grounds smelled like old sweat socks mixed with moldy peanuts.
    Now when I attended a lecture on coffee at the Los Angeles Public Library that included tastings of various samples of coffee, I hated most samples. But then they offered me a sample of Congo Lake Kivu Kavisu Bourbon. Wow! That was a coffee I wouldn’t mind having in the morning.
    The difference was that all the other coffees had a bitterness and sharpness I couldn’t stand, where this Congo Lake Kivu, had a nice mellowness with a chocolatey fruitiness and cleaner fuller taste. I drank it black with no additional sugar or anything added. I would definitely recommend Congo Lake Kivu to people who hate coffee.
    I have always been a tea drinker, and love all teas. Mostly I grew up with and drank Lipton tea. It has a sweetness that I enjoy. I always drink Earl Grey now because I prefer that flavor over regular Lipton. Tea is also much mellower in flavor than even the Lake Kivu coffee.
    I will always prefer a nice relaxing cup of tea in the morning than the more strongly flavored coffee.

  2. Tea is fragrant reward orchestrated by pouring hot or percolating water over reestablished or new leaves of Camellia sinensis.
    Coffee is a mixed refreshment orchestrated from seared coffee beans, the seeds of berries from certain Coffee species.

  3. Really? What’s the difference between coffee and tea??
    Okay – you asked for it!
    Coffee is a beverage that comes from the coffee beans of the coffee plant.
    Tea is a beverage that comes from the tea leaves of a tea plant.
    The similarity is that these are both trees but made to appear as bushes for easy cultivation.
    The difference is that one uses its beans and one uses it’s leaves.
    They are both agricultural products and both are usually taxed quite similarly.
    Both have quite large and loyal support groups.
    Both help you stay awake because of the caffeine content in them.

  4. I want to start this answer by asking you what is the difference between tea and coffee which one do you prefer and why.
    See I prefer coffee over tea because when you feel its aroma that blend into aura as it makes you want even more of it.
    Whereas tea is that which is preferred and consumed by all in every season. From Grandpa to little bunnies everyone has an orgy of tea.
    Coffee’s taste depends upon its brewing and tea has added flavors like ginger, strong, cardamom etc.
    Let’s talk about the benefits of tea and coffee which will definitely amaze you about above two beverages.
    As tea and coffee are the second most consumed liquid after water
    It is the best time for you to take the plunge by exploring every sip of your favorite beverage.

    What is the difference between coffee and tea?

  5. Coffee is the dried and roasted pit/seed or “bean” of a cherry like fruit from the plant Coffea. It has more caffiene and flavour than tea by weight.
    Tea is the dried and sometimes cooked leaves from the plant Camellia Sinensis.
    Both are steeped in water to extract flavour and caffiene for consumption.

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  6. Tea is a fragrant treat made by pouring hot or percolating water over Camellia sinensis leaves that have been restored or are new.
    Coffee is a mixed beverage made from roasted coffee beans and the seeds of certain Coffee species’ berries.

  7. if you are on a journey to lose weight then you must go for black tea as it will boost your metabolism to digest the food fast. It will help you to burn calories easily and fastly. If we see from the perspective of the amount of caffeine in both drinks then coffee has more caffeine content as compared to tea. But coffee is also beneficial in many cases as we have already discussed above.

  8. You can’t ever compare tea to coffee. Coffee is what I love and tea is what I don’t prefer.
    Coffee is made from Coffee beans whereas tea is made from tea leaves.
    Coffee has a very pleasant aroma which tea doesn’t have.
    Coffee taste and type depends on the brewing where as Tea’s taste might be different because generally there are added flavours like ginger, cardamom, pepper etc oh yeah, and brewing too.
    Coffee has high contents of caffeine evident from the bubbles we see at the top (cold drinks too). Caffeine is also present in tea, around 3% in dry tea powder. Tea also contains a lot of flavonoids and EGCGs.

  9. Tea has approximately 55 milligrams of caffeine per cup. Green tea contains the least, about one-third the caffeine as black and oolong about two-thirds
    Coffee has approximately 125-185 milligrams of caffeine per cup.


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