Tea or coffee? It seems that the taste is partly determined by genetics, according to a study between the British and published in a scientific journal Nature.
"The study used a very large sample, "to prove that" the perception of bitterness affects the consumption of tea and coffee"said Daniel Liang-Dar Hwang, Australian University of Brisbane, co-author of the study.
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It is paradoxical that people with a greater sensitivity to the bitter taste of coffee are the ones who drank more.
This "suggests that coffee consumers develop the flavor or ability to detect caffeine," said Marilyn Cornelis, co-author of the study, of preventive medicine.
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