We all know it’s necessary to be a workaholic if you wish development and progress in your society, and the citizens of the superpower of the earth, which is the United States, take help of drinks and beverages to stay in senses after working for so many hours. But do you know which is more popular in America? Tea or Coffee?
Americans’ obsession with Coffee
Till date, Americans are highly obsessed with coffee than any other brew. Wherever you visit in the United States, whether in hotels, official buildings, gas stations, or grocery stores, you will see coffee everywhere. As per sources, Americans consumes more coffee than soda, tea, or even alcohol. It outsells tea third times greater than it, and the consumption of even the iced tea, which is also well-known among Americans, is weaker than its rival.
Why is Tea a less-consuming brew in the United States?
Though coffee overshadows tea in many ways, still the consumption of tea is 7.8 gallons per capita annually. Tea-consumption is less in the States, because the US is an importer of it, and usually, the quality of the teabags available in the supermarkets aren’t up to the standard of what the world called, “Tea.” Moreover, Iced-Tea and Hot Black Tea are famous in some parts of the States. According to our info, tea in the United Kingdom and Canada is more high-quality than in the States.
Are Coffee beans grow in the United States?
Even though America has a high-consumption coffee rate, still only Hawaii can grow beans, and it’s the only place where you could ever see the commercial coffee plants. Moreover, Puerto Rico also grows the plants, but it’s not the state of the US. However, it’s still a territory of America. The biggest exporters of the coffee are Latin America, Eastern Africa, and Asia. Java, Kona, Columbian, and Arabica coffee beans are the types of Coffee.
Are there any chances of Tea-growth in the United States?
Tea-leaves (Camellia Sinensis) can grow in the warmer parts of the US, and the revenue in this segment is USD 2,189 Million in 2019. The expectations are quite high that the market will eventually grow by 2.4% till 2023. As per surveys and reports, the popularity of tea is getting higher in the United States by each passing day, and the total tea imports increased by 1% in 2016, and it’s increasing every year. So, the future of tea in the US is bright.