Today is National Tea Day, but greatfully do not embark on celebrations, since it is positively disgusting.
When it comes to prohibited drinks, tea has had a jagged volume of affection, generally for a splash that is so bland, flowing and overrated.
Of march we know that everybody has opposite tastes, but we just destroy to see since people are so spooky with tea, when it’s a common (at best) beverage.
Pass me a coffee, or even a boiled water over a crater of tea any day of the week. Ta.
This is since it’s an comprehensive disgrace.
1. The taste
Firstly, since do people get so changed and sold over the form of teabag used? Because let’s be honest they all ambience equally awful.
I’ve never come opposite a teabag that has managed to do the unfit – make a crater of tea ambience bearable.
Watery, bland, with a terrible aftertaste, and it can’t even be salvaged with lashings of divert or sugar.
2. Coffee is better
Can we just all acknowledge that when it comes to prohibited beverages coffee is the many magical, beautiful, juicy thing out there?
When coffee is served the well-spoken aroma follows the splash around – when tea is served there is zero special at all. Even if Bradley Cooper himself was portion it.
3. No energy
A prohibited splash should be delicious, a pick-me-up and also give you a bit of a buzz.
Basically there should be an impact in capability in sequence to clear having spent all that income and bid on receiving the drink.
Tea delivers zero but prohibited burps. At slightest coffee delivers a buzz.
4. Teabag etiquette
Other prohibited drinks are made, and then everybody can go about their daily business.
Tea is an courtesy seeker, what with those nauseous teabags that get left floating around offensively in the bottom of the sink.
I’ve famous at slightest 3 arguments that have happened in the last week due to teabag practice in the kitchen.
5. Flavoured versions are awful
Even versions such as chai tea can't save the concept.
In fact no volume of sugar, opposite divert types, or opposite herb infusions can make it bearable.
6. The mania is annoying
The comprehensive misfortune people are not those that don’t flush the toilet, not those that moment their knuckles loudly, but actually those irritating people that diatribe and soap-box about how extraordinary tea is.
These people speak about tea as yet having a sip is like winning the lottery. Give it a rest. You’re sipping flowing flavoured nothing.
7. Ruins biscuits
One saving beauty could be the further of biscuits into the tea situation. You know that moment when the biscuit reaches rise sogginess, the chocolate has melted away, and it just oozes around your mouth?
Well better be quick, since 90% of the time your innocent-looking crater of tea will confirm to assimilate your biscuit.
Congratulations, you are now left with a crater full of soppy biscuit.
8. And cakes
Nothing like a bubbling crater of tea to rinse down a tantalizing Victoria sponge, to just totally hurt the ambience in your mouth.
9. Basically all food
What food does tea even go with?
Would you prefer a crater of tea after a meal, or a good shot of espresso? Exactly.
10. Afternoon tea is overrated
Yes to mini cakes (which we can really get on house with), but accompanied by pretended teapots, filled with an awful watery, tasteless, dulled-down decoction is too much to handle.
11. No anniversary specials
It’s just boring isn’t it? Does it have a trending moment like the PSL? Do all major prohibited splash places offer up a special anniversary menu like they do with coffee?
Nope, not at all.
12. Doesn’t help a hangover
Never listened of anyone restorative a hangover with a flowing mop of tea.
But we do know at slightest 10 people that swear by coffee as their secret cure.
13. Just not cool
Yeah, nobody looks cold with a flask full of tea.
Pass me a to-go crater full of coffee any day.
14. Nothing special about it
There is no art to making a crater of tea. There is no special process. It actually just is dunking a teabag into water and divided you go.
Just feels so basic, so caveman like. Such a oppressive and unloving process.
15. Not accessible everywhere
I’m utterly happy that tea isn’t accessible everywhere, but what is really irritating is having to hear people crash on about not being to get a crater of tea.
Mate, relax, you’re on a beach in Barcelona, so what if the nearest shed doesn’t sell tea? Calm down.