Then there is tea. Tea is not coffee, and will never be coffee, and if you consume it in its more artsy forms it ranks somewhere with decaf coffee. Real tea means something unfancy like Lipton, or Tetley, or Red Rose, or Earl Gray. If you hunt in what used to be the British Empire, you will encounter some very serious and worthwhile forms of tea. In Zambia, in 1981, in a camp in the Kafue, I was served some kind of black tea that would heal the sick, raise the dead, or wake you up for fair. I suspect it was locally grown, and I'd love to find out what it was.