A little late in the game to make that statement, but January is National Hot Tea month, and if you or anyone you know loves tea, send them over to my shop to check out some cute little tea wallets :)
Drinking tea is really good for you, since it contains all kinds of flavonoids that help maintain healthy cells and tissues. It's a more subtle dose of caffeine if you need a boost during the day, and helps you wind down at night if you sip on a cup of something herbal. While the weather is cold and our immune systems are more susceptible to cold and flu viruses, drinking 20 ounces of black tea a day helps to produce 5 times the amount of germ-fighting immune cells, compared to drinking 20 ounces of coffee.
If you're not a fan of green or black, or even white teas, there's the option of herbal teas - caffeine free and made with all kinds of fruit combinations. You can drink them hot or iced, and they're a good alternative to water to stay hydrated - as long as you don't go overboard with milk, sugar/agave.
Obviously I'm a big fan of tea...my pantry is stocked with at least a dozen different varieties, but I like to make sure that I always have some Earl Grey (or Lady Grey) and herbal tea on hand. Be sure to have a cuppa - or two, or five - this month to keep warm and boost that immune system!