Yes! I still enjoy a freshly brewed pot of delicious and very refreshing tea in hot weather! I guess because my parents also did this when I was little,Dad explained to me that the shock of a really COLD drink on a very hot day could not be very good for the system,and I have just followed suit with this. I also like my water at ROOM temperature,rather than cold. I suppose those hideous 'Brain-Freeze' pains when eating ice cream as a kid may have been some small form of proof that he might possibly be correct?!!
Such a cheerful response Rice!!! We truly DO agree on so many things!!! By the way,I did send a further response to the comment you sent to my Lychee Answer earlier.Did you see it?
I have just brewed a delightful pot of tea and am enjoying the first cup!!
Oh yes. I have a cuppa first thing in the morning no matter what the weather. It is cool inside the house. For the rest of the day I will drink water. I do like a cuppa after dinner despite the heat. It helps me unwind at the end of the day.
Hot weather, cold weather and weather that's in-between, I'll still enjoy a few cups of tea. Admittedly consumption is highest during winter but I don't stop drinking hot beverages simply because the weather is hot.
Tea, tea, tea. Morning, noon and night and anytime in between - even if it is 35 degrees. I cannot drink cold tea and I don't like commercial iced teas . . . FAR too much sugar. I can't imagine not being able to drink tea. . . it is my version of crack cocaine.
It makes no difference to me weather-wise but I have to agree that hot tea definitely is more refreshing on a hot day even though I tend to drink more coffee. Always have Chinese green tea when I eat out at my favourite Chinese restaurant.
Yes - must have my latte in the morning, usually about 11.a.m.) with two morning coffee biscuits. Don't usually have breakfast as I never feel like eating first thing. Get the "munchies" round about 11.a.m. so satisfy them with coffee and biscuits. Doesn't matter whether it is a hot or cold day.
We were so happy meandering through Scotland. Fell in love with Cawdor Castle. Loch Ness . . .HUGE!! Edinburgh and it's castle. The Firth of Forth. The Gorbels. All so beautiful and so much history. We were going to do a week in France and just never left Scotland. LOL. Next trip, peut-etre.
I don't remember a day I haven't had coffee since I was 16 years old. People ask my how I can drink coffee when it is hot, and my answer is, "hot coffee makes me feel cooler because it is hotter than the weather."