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If they drink coffee I would get them started with a strong back tea with a bit of milk. If they dont drink coffee I would start with a simple herbal tea like chamomile because it is easy to brew. I would not start on green because green tea that is not brewed properly can taste really bitter and will probably ruin the person's experience with tea for a little while.
For someone who doesn't drink tea, a good option is to think about the types of flavours you enjoy and try something that is similar in terms of the notes you will be tasting.
There are many different types of tea. If you like strong flavours and drink coffee, you might enjoy blends made with black tea like chai or earl grey. More flavoursome types of green tea, infused with jasmine or with add-ins like dried fruits or herbs, might also be a good option.
If you prefer subtle flavours and like to taste floral or herbal notes you could try tisanes (herbal teas) like peppermint with some add-ins or green tea with dried fruits or herbs.
If you like plain and delicate flavours, white tea and lighter green teas will be a good start. It is usually easier to start with an ingredient that you particularly like, e.g. orange, and blend it with a tea base to ease your way in.