Since ancient times, Chinese people drink tea instead of coffee. Drinking coffee is a Western culture, and it is said that it is an African culture. Later it spread to the European continent, and then the Dutch brought this drink to Asia. Leaving aside this cultural dispute, in fact, coffee and tea have something in common. Everyone contains caffeine, but they are not the same (the caffeine in tea is water-soluble, while coffee is not). The amount depends on whether it is roasted or not. However, it depends on how long it takes to bake.
In addition, drinking coffee is good, drinking tea is good, it seems to have another cultural atmosphere. Coffee represents the leisure of Westerners, but tea also represents the elegance of Easterners. However, due to globalization, drinking tea and coffee is like a personal preference.
If you want to get more coffee knowledge, it is recommended to study in a coffee class.