Both sides of my family have been drinking black tea (always milk, sometimes sugar) for generations, so I said No
However, my late mother also experimented with tisanes, flavoured teas such as Bigelow's "Constant Comment", and green tea - albeit bagged. She even liked drinking chai when at Indian restaurants, and made real iced tea at home (at a time when everyone else I knew was relying on sugary instant mixes).
Sometimes, if I begin to feel smug and daring because I'm trying out still-more-"exotic" teas, I remember Mom within the context of her generation and life experience, and suspect that maybe I'm not the most
adventurous one in my family... quite yet!