Iced tea is sitting pretty at the top of the list. And while many of these mentions were caused due to very hot days, the main focus was on its refreshing nature, giving the conversation a strong positive sentiment.
Bubble tea is another interesting example. The beverage has seen a surge in popularity over recent years, so why the negativity? In this case it’s mainly due to low quality products, or people being unable to find bubble tea where they are.
Finally, let’s finish with the one that isn’t like the others: mushroom tea. For the avoidance of doubt, this refers to tea people drink to get high and hallucinate. It’s by far the most negative on the list, and unsurprisingly it’s due to people recounting their bad trips.
The lesson here?
Some people just need a nice cup of Earl Grey and nothing more.
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