Skip to content Skip to footer

Your favorite variety – choose tea according to the character

Did you know that different types of people choose different types of tea? And not only your personality determines which tea you choose, but it has been scientifically proven that the drink you usually drink can also influence your personality.

Tea or coffee?

We don’t want to get into an endless tea or coffee debate, because you can actually love both drinks and include them in your diet every day. Many tea drinkers start their day with coffee and drink at least 2-3 cups of tea throughout the day.

But some coffee drinkers may decide to ditch coffee for good and switch to tea because of its many benefits and lower caffeine content.

Since tea is still fairly new in the Western world, with the exception of a few Western countries with a strong tea culture, switching to tea can really require a completely different outlook on life.

So are tea drinkers really that different from coffee drinkers? Research says yes. One study found that tea drinkers are more driven than coffee drinkers and less pessimistic and more stubborn than cola drinkers.

Conclusion? Tea drinkers tend to be more mature and adaptive.

Tea and character traits

The type of tea you prefer can say something about your personality as well.

Green tea

Health-conscious, calm and determined are some of the personality traits that can be associated with green tea drinkers. Green tea is loved by active people because it can help energize and reach your gym and weight loss goals faster.

Black tea

Strong, determined and traditional black tea lovers may find it their favorite variety. Black tea is often chosen by busy people who are goal oriented but health conscious.

Flavored Blends

If you love to explore flavored teas, you can be creative and open minded. Flavored teas are not traditional teas. They are playful, modern and break the rules to achieve something unique.

White tea

White tea lovers are stylish, sophisticated, caring about beauty and simplicity, as well as about delicate and delicate taste. They are looking for something different and unique, beautiful and useful at the same time.

Bubble tea

The type of person with Bubble tea is stylish, modern, trend-conscious, and loves to indulge in food. This tea is characterized by strong and sweet flavors.

Oolong tea

Oolong is for sophisticated people, those who have the patience to truly understand their tea and who don’t mind versatility.This type of tea will surprise you, it has the widest range of flavors – from light and airy to strong and roasted, but can sometimes become very bitter if not properly brewed.

Flower tea

Flower teas such as rose or lavender are often chosen by those who are always looking for beauty in life and those who love to be pampered. Flower teas represent sophistication, style and individualism.

Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea is often chosen by those who experience anxiety, stress, or anxiety. It is caffeine-free, very readily available, and can help you relax.

Puer tea

Dark Puer is an acquired taste and also one of the most expensive teas in the world. Pu-erh tea lovers and collectors love quality, value, and attention to detail. Getting the best puer and truly appreciating it takes patience and long-term commitment.

Tea with spices

Fans of spiced teas, such as masala chai, ginger tea, or other spiced teas, are likely to be warm, enthusiastic, and bold.

English breakfast tea

The English breakfast is all about tradition, strength, and knowing what works best without having to experiment. Tea lovers who choose English Breakfast as their favorite tea most likely know what they want and how they want it.

But there is more.

The way you brew and drink your tea, whether you choose tea bags over loose leaf tea, can also say a lot about your personality.

Making the perfect cup of loose leaf tea takes a lot of effort, focus, and adherence to rules. Pure loose tea may be the choice of more introverted individuals who find relaxation in solitude.

On the other hand, iced tea, bubble tea, and spiced tea can be the favorite drink of outgoing and outgoing tea drinkers.

Those who prefer loose leaf tea to tea bags tend to be open, persistent, and ready for change. They strive to explore the outside world and the world of tea, find beauty and enjoy life with every sip.