We tend to make our choices based on our personalities, and the sort of tea we prefer is no different.
You’re not someone who blindly follows trends, but you’re not afraid to follow the crowd if you have good reason to believe that following the trend really is a good choice.
You’re direct and to the point, just like your tea. You also like to be energetic and productive, so the high caffeine content of black tea really works for you.
You’re complex, just like the flavor of your tea. You’re a kind person, with sweet notes like chai, but you’re not afraid to throw some sass if people pester you.
You’re someone who values doing things a bit differently but is still invested in doing things that work. You prefer white tea because it’s not the green tea that everybody else drinks, but offers a lot of the benefits of green tea.
You like variety. You’re not someone who likes to eat or drink the same thing day in and day out, so the wide array of flavors available in herbal tea really appeals to you.
Earl Grey Tea
You’re a no nonsense person that values efficiency and productivity. Your approach to tea is, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Earl Grey tea has been a top choice for centuries, so why change it up now?
You enjoy taking the time to do things properly. If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing right, so when it’s tea time, you slow down, and make sure your cup of tea is brewed just right.
You’ve got a lot of variation in your moods. Just like oolong, sometimes your mild, and other times you can come on strong. Either way, though, you’re always nice to have around.
English Breakfast Tea
You’ve got a sophisticated taste, and you’re classy. You’re tea of choice is a classic, and so is your style.
You’re the sort of person who seems to have a calming effect on those around you. You’re not the sort to say, “relax” when things go a little sideways, you just act relaxed and everyone feels it.
You’re adventurous, and not afraid to try new things. Your sense of adventure is strong, just the way you like your tea. You may even occasionally go overboard on the adventuring.
How well does your favorite tea describe you? Let us know in the comments, then brew up another cup!
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