The Kettle or The Pot
Its 8 a.m., your daughter is in the terrible two phase and finds herself snuggled in your bed every night forcing you to toss and turn in your crowded bed. Or… it’s 8 a.m., and despite your early day, you insisted on going out dancing all night like you were a teenager with not a care in the world. Either scenario, you are in dying need and it comes down to one question: Kettle or Pot?
Coffee and Tea lovers everywhere swear allegiance to the two most consumed non-
alcoholic beverages in the world and rarely switch home teams but there’s no harm in double
You can find caffeine in both tea and coffee; however, tea contains L-theanine, an amino acid
that provides anti-stress effects by increasing your brain’s alpha waves. Caffeine can be found
in over 60 plants species and is a popular stimulating compound found in both food and drinks.
Coffee is most likely to have an instant affect whereas tea’s affects happen gradually. Caffeine
content can vary in brewing size, preparation method, and serving size, but coffee can pack
twice as much as an equal serving of tea. Tea has limited amounts of caffeine compared to
coffee. Both are loaded with antioxidants which add to their flavor and health factors. Coffee
contains nutrients essential for good health such as, potassium, riboflavin, and B vitamins. Tea
is rich in antioxidants and can be used to fight illness and diseases.
Coffee and Tea both have their own benefits so essentially it all comes down to preference.
The war between the two has been going on forever, but truly it depends on your own palette
and taste buds. Both beverages have their own benefits. Making the switch from coffee to tea
can be a difficult one. For those die-hard coffee lovers, we over a variety of our coffee-inspired
teas infused with the coffee profile you crave minus the crash.
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/coffee-vs-tea - energy-levels