By Ashraf Naushahi
For most people in the present day world, a cup of tea or coffee with bread, cereal or other grain foods is a routine and a beginning of a new day. But tea or coffee is also a part of their other meals coming afterwards in a day's work, no matter whether it be lunch, supper or dinner. Isn't it? Tea and coffee both have become parts of meals. Usage of many phrases, as "coffee break", "tea break", "tea party", "tea time", "tea culture" or "coffee culture" as well as some others, is common not only in the English language but in many other languages too. People eat different foods as their breakfast but tea or coffee is mostly common almost in all different breakfasts in various parts of the world. People working in factories and businesses wait for coffee or tea break after hours' work and feel fresh after having a cup of tea or coffee. Even people working in agricultural fields stop their works for a while to have a cup of tea.
Historically, tea and coffee have been
Tea is more common as a beverage than coffee. It has become the most popular beverage in the world.
Sometimes people add some additional ingredients for making their coffees or teas
Tea is the most popular beverage in this part of the world as it comes third in the world for the consumption of tea. Both black and green tea are used in very large quantities in these parts of the world. Though black tea can be kept fresh for a period of almost a year, green tea is delicate and better be used earlier. Mostly people prefer black tea but many nutritionists have a viewpoint that green tea is better regarding its nutrients. However, it is a matter of personal choice and people can select freely from different varieties of tea. Even there are many people who do not like either tea or
Tea and coffee industries made a lot of progress and development in the 20th century. For
With varieties of different tastes,
Published in Young Nation magazine on November 12, 2016