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I tried coffee a few times but hated it, never tried tea but I like ice tea.

Is it one of those things where you keep drinking it and you start to like it? I also like coffee ice cream though, and coffee chocolates. Maybe that's because of the blend of sweet and bitter tastes?
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(Original post by UniMastermindBOSS)
I tried coffee a few times but hated it, never tried tea but I like ice tea.

Is it one of those things where you keep drinking it and you start to like it? I also like coffee ice cream though, and coffee chocolates. Maybe that's because of the blend of sweet and bitter tastes?
I don't particularly like coffee but I have definitely grown into tea. . Ice tea tastes nearly the same as tea.
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I have definitely grown into coffee, I used to absolutely hate the taste but smelling it all the time and trying other peoples' cups has made me like it.
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I've loved tea since I was little but I've kinda grown into drinking coffee because my parents love it, I think sometimes your family influence you
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Not surprising. Ice tea is basically a soft drink.
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I have definitely grown into coffee, I used to absolutely hate the taste but smelling it all the time and trying other peoples' cups has made me like it.
Yeah those novelty coffees people get from Starbucks always look really nice
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I think it possibly is, but it's also about finding something that you like. I don't mind a simple cup of tea, or coffee, however I've find my acquired taste is a simple Earl Grey tea, medium strength no milk. Or, cafetiere brewed coffee.
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Yeah those novelty coffees people get from Starbucks always look really nice
They are! They're a good way to intro yourself to coffee too, say a mocha or a latte, as they don't have an overwhelming coffee taste, but there's enough there mixed with the sweetness that it's palatable.
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I've very rarely drank coffee, if I need to be awake I'll get some fresh air. I've only been drinking tea regularly since I've been at university (always a good excuse for a break when doing assignments and revising for exams).
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I definitely grew into coffee, i just kept drinking it until i liked it. I've always been neutral tea.
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I've never been able to 'grow into' the taste of tea or coffee. I just don't like it.

Then again I'm really picky with all my drinks.
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