Regular flavors usually aren't called "normal." It doesn't seem like normality has anything to do with tea. That's why I said "usual" thinking it meant the same tea I usually drink.
I actually prefer my tea with some abnormalities.
The english should be "plain tea," not "normal tea"
We wouldn't use the 'a'. Just 'i drink normal tea.' as in nothing fancy.
I know this is wrong but what is wrong about "i normally drink tea"?
In your example, normally is an adverb modifying the verb to drink. In the drill, normale is an adjective that modifies the noun te'.