tea room tea top arizona iced teas are the best, according to a recent survey of tea drinkers in Arizona.
The survey of more than 4,000 tea drinkers conducted by tea enthusiasts in the state found tea drinkers were the most satisfied with their drinks, but there were also significant differences in their overall tea drinking habits.
The majority of tea lovers in the survey reported drinking more tea than they normally do, with the majority of teas enjoyed by tea lovers also being “medium to full-bodied”.
More tea drinkers said they were “somewhat” or “very” likely to drink a tea with added sugar, whereas only 15% of tea enthusiasts who said they drank tea without sugar reported having done so.
While teas with added sugars were more common in tea lovers’ drinks, tea lovers who said that tea had been flavored were also more likely to have a tea that contained added sugar than those who did not report that their tea had any added sugars.
More tea lovers drank teas made with tea made from different regions of the world, with about a third of the tea drinkers surveyed from the US saying they were more likely than others to say that they were from Asia or the Pacific.
About a quarter of tea drinkers who were from the Philippines were also less likely to report having experienced a particular flavor in their tea.
Tea lovers from India and South Africa were also the most likely to say they were tea drinkers from a different region, with more than a quarter from those countries saying they preferred to drink tea from their home country.
More than a third (32%) of tea fans from South Africa said they preferred tea made with a South African or South Asian tea, compared with just under a third from India (24%).
Teas made from the Americas were the second most popular tea from Asia, with a third or more of tea fanciers from South America (30%) saying they had tried their tea made in this way.
Tea enthusiasts from India were also likely to enjoy tea made of tea made outside of their home region, as well as from South Asia (28%), South America, and Asia.
More and more tea fans said they prefer to drink their tea with a variety of spices and herbs, but only about a quarter (24%) of those who reported they had experienced this flavor said they had done so in the past.
Tea fans from the Middle East and North Africa were the least likely to experience this flavor, with just 17% saying they could say that.
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