I used to be more a tea drinker than I am. I still like Lipton iced tea every now and again (but not sweetened!). I also sometimes make sweetened herbal iced tea when I'm sick of water.
I drank a lot more hot tea at the end of my time in college and right after graduating, in part because I didn't really have access to a coffee maker, and in part because I got used to drinking tea while I studied abroad in Ireland. The student housing I lived in came with an electric kettle, but the only coffee available to me was instant. So I mostly drank tea with milk and Splenda, often in rather large quantities because it was cold.
I still drink tea when I don't like the coffee available to me. I've always thought that the coffee my office stocks is pretty vile (and I also realized that I really prefer milk in my tea, not creamer, and definitely not those don't-need-refrigeration half-and-half things). There are varieties of tea that I like when they are only sweetened, so I drank those a lot at work for a long time.
But in the end, I'm really a coffee drinker. I used to drink coffee at home and switch to tea at work, mostly because I had no good way of bringing coffee with me. A year or so ago, I bought a thermos (of the kind that keeps liquid hot for like 24 hours if you don't open it), and I also started going to the gym in the mornings, so I now bring most of my coffee to work with me. It takes me most of the morning to drink my coffee, so I don't tend to drink much tea anymore. But I do still have a small stash of tea on my desk for when I want it.
One thing I discovered was lovely on a recent trip to the Philippines is tea made with actual fresh herbs. My in-laws took us to a little shop that served us tarragon tea, and it was delicious. Since my husband and I were both fighting off coughs for some of that trip, my mother-in-law picked some herbs from her garden to make us tea a couple of times. I think it was tarragon and possibly lemon verbena and maybe mint. Whatever it was, I enjoyed it. I normally like my hot drinks sweet, but this was good all on its own.
Another thing I discovered in the Philippines that was really good is salabat, which is sweetened ginger tea. I think it's made with fresh ginger and honey, boiled for like half an hour. But it was great for clearing up some lingering congestion I had, and tasted really good, too. I keep meaning to try my hand at making it, but never remember to when we have fresh ginger around.