The Differences Between Coffee & Tea Drinkers

The Differences Between Coffee & Tea Drinkers

The Differences Between Coffee & Tea Drinkers

 

While it may seem like the world is made up of coffee drinkers, there are plenty of people who would rather enjoy a cup of tea in the morning, and apparently which beverage you prefer says a lot about you.

When it comes to amounts they drink, it seems coffee drinkers have tea drinkers beat, with the average coffee drinker downing 3-point-4 cups a day, while tea fans drink only 2-point-7 cups.

As for what your drink preference says about you. The survey finds:

Coffee drinkers are…

  • More likely to pick their drink for the caffeine quantity
  • More likely to enjoy their beverage straight
  • Don’t like tea because “it’s too boring”
  • “In need of caffeine” describes coffee drinkers in the morning
  • More likely to be introverts
  • More likely to be morning people
  • More likely to prefer dogs
  • More likely to self-identify as “messy”
  • More likely to be “light” sleepers
  • More likely to have five or more close friends than tea drinkers
  • More likely to “always” be on time
  • More likely to be single
  •  Punk, rock, blues and jazz music fans

Tea drinkers are…

  • More likely to take sugar in their drink
  • Don’t like coffee because of “too much caffeine”
  • “Quiet” describes tea drinkers in the morning
  • More likely to be extroverts
  • More likely to be ambiverts than coffee drinkers
  • More likely to be considered night people
  • More likely to prefer cats over coffee people
  • More likely to be “tidy” or “perfectly clean”
  • More likely to be “average” sleepers
  • “Often” on time
  • More likely to be in a relationship
  • Classical, country, pop and hip-hop/rap music fans

Source: SWNS Digital

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