Tea or coffee? The taste appears to be partly determined by genetics, according to a study conducted by the British and published in the scientific journal Nature.
"The study used a very large sample, "to show that" the perception of the bitter affects the consumption of tea and coffee"said Daniel Liang-Dar Hwang, of the Australian University of Brisbane, co-author of the study.
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Paradoxically, people with greater sensitivity to the bitter taste of coffee were those who drank more.
This "suggests that coffee consumers develop a taste or ability to detect caffeine," says preventive drug professor Marilyn Cornelis, co-author of the study.
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