I'm aware that I can say "お茶を飲みます。" (with the particle "を") to convey the meaning "I drink tea." in the sense of indicating that an action is taking place.
However, I'd like to know if I can also say "お茶は飲みます。" (with the particle "は") to convey "I drink tea." in the sense of "Drinking tea is something I generally do." If not, what would I say to distinguish between the two meanings?
(This question was inspired by the Duolingo exercise at https://www.duolingo.com/comment/26545844. Surprisingly, I can't find any articles directly comparing "を" and "は".)