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One drink for the rest of my life

Day 11

Today’s option is a no-brainer for me. If I had to choose 1 drink for the rest of my life I would choose green tea!

Instead of coffee, I somehow found green tea as my guilty pleasure at the age of 21. I haven’t looked back since. My first cup tasted terrible, my second-not so bad and the third one was a charm. My tongue has acquired the taste and aroma of green tea now and I enjoy my cuppa with no sugar and no milk. I wake up to a cuppa and I enjoy the smooth taste of this heaven made beverage several times a day. I sure hope that there is no harm in drinking too much green tea! The different varieties have different tastes and I have now settled on 2 brands that I think taste the most natural and are not blended with anything else.

Maybe more restaurants in the future will serve green tea. Especially if the ‘one drink for the rest of my life’ really happened!

So here is a toast; to all the green tea lovers!

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