Coffee Versus Tea: Where to Get Caffeinated Around the World

Coffee versus tea: Does it have to be just one or the other? Of course not. But as you’ll find, in certain cities around the world, locals definitely favor one more than the other. If you know your preference, consider a visit to one of the best cities for coffee and tea lovers.


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Going to London and not enjoying afternoon tea is like skipping Big Ben. The average Londoner will drink more than 17,000 cups of tea in their lifetime, so join in and see what the fuss is all about. Amp up the time-honored tradition of sipping a cup of tea at sketch, a quirky 18th-century townhouse that’s been transformed into a contemporary tea parlor. Interesting sketches line the walls, while the space-pod bathroom stalls make for Instagram-worthy content.


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Kopi (coffee) is the national drink of Singapore. Slightly more bitter than typical coffee, it’s also sweetened with milk and served at coffee shops throughout the city. Drink in the experience at Heap Seng Leong, one of the most famous coffee shops in Singapore.

Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Not a morning person? Jolt yourself awake with a café cubano (Cuban espresso). Especially in Miami Beach and Miami’s Little Havana, coffee windows are the best places to find the thimble-tiny paper cups of espresso, loaded with sweet sugar to kickstart your day.

New York

Which came first, the cup of coffee or the donut? It’s hard to tell, as New York boasts more of each than any other U.S. city. One thing’s for sure: New Yorker’s love their coffee. Skip national chains and try independent roasters such as Stumptown or Culture Espresso.

Coffee versus tea: What’s the verdict?

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