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New research that our DNA helps us to whether we coffee or tea. Researchers from the University of Queensland in Australia how our genes our taste and why we some tastes more than others. Following the research, researchers they know why some of us prefer coffee while others like tea more. The researchers found that people who like more bitter tastes are more likely to coffee. The researchers said they something strange in their research. People who were more sensitive to the bitter taste of caffeine were more likely to prefer coffee to tea. They were also more likely to drink more coffee than those who not so sensitive to caffeine.

Researchers at data on more than 400,000 men and women in the United Kingdom. They also looked at an Australian study that the tastes of 1,757 twins with their siblings. The researchers genes aren't the only factors affecting people's tastes. Other things like our changing environment, social factors or the effects of medicine can also us on or off coffee or tea. The researchers said we can to like coffee. Dr Liang-Dar Hwang said: "Bitter taste perception shaped not only by genetics, but also environmental factors. Even though humans naturally bitterness, we can to like or enjoy bitter-tasting food after exposed to environmental factors."

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