Men Drinking Tea at Restaurants


 Jan 17, 2016 |  Written by Anupa Mueller

Here's an interesting aspect to men drinking Tea at restaurants:

Men between the ages of 18-54 are much more likely to claim that fair trade, organic and healthfulness influence their decision when deciding to get Tea at a restaurant.

They are less influenced by getting a specific flavor and some men perceive flavored tea as less masculine. Restaurants are thus better off ensuring a few quality teas that are universal in appeal for both hot and cold tea consumption.

Although healthfulness is a significant attribute of tea, it is recommended that restaurants offer Tea as a natural and low-calorie beverage, particularly as an alternative to soft drinks.

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