I’ve been scratching my head trying to understand why more people in the U.S. aren’t drinking tea. We know that it’s the most widely consumed beverage in the world. Why is the U.S. lagging so far behind the rest of the world? I like to think of us, here in the states, as being trend setters. How did we miss the boat with tea? I’m hoping some of you will help me solve this mystery.
I think the message is getting through about the profound health benefits. I think tea is reasonably available for those looking to buy some. Perhaps if I’m missing some significant information which would clear up my confusion, someone out there on the www will enlighten me. I really could use your help. I’m imagining that the newest converts to tea would probably be the ones closest to this answer, after all, they’ve just gotten into tea themselves. Perhaps you can ask yourself, “What took me so long?” or “Why did I resist trying tea up until now?
I’m eager to hear your thoughts and feelings. Let’s figure this one out and help turn the U.S. into the largest per capita consumers of the healthiest beverage in the world.