Tea or coffee? The taste appears to be partly determined by genetics, according to a British study published in the journal Nature.
"The study used a very large sample, "to prove that" bitter perception affects the consumption of tea and coffee"Said Daniel Liang-Dar Hwang of the Australian University of Brisbane, co-author of the study.
(Read also: Melissa Sucre: Protein intake is important for the production of amino acids)
Paradoxically, people with greater sensitivity to the bitter taste of coffee were the ones who drank more.
This means that coffee consumers develop taste or ability to detect caffeine, "said Merlin Cornelis Preventive Clinic, co-author of the study.
If you want to get it and more information about your mobile phone download telegram, Enter the link https://tme.globovision_oficial And press + Join. It also tracks our profile Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.