Tea (tea) is a long-standing beverage and is present in many parts of the world, over time drinking tea has become a typical cultural feature in some countries, though not becoming an art of enjoying. The tea is as delicate and elegant as the Japanese, but the pleasure of drinking English tea is also an extremely interesting thing for those who once came to the land of fog. The first train that stops at British Way station will share with you some things about this long-standing cultural specialty of England. English Tea
The Lord could not understand why the English people like to drink tea so much while His sheep elsewhere like to drink other things, like coffee, Cocacola, and like in Vietnam, drink 3 billion liters of beer / year just because of a word LIKE. Therefore, right from the 18th century, England has become a leading tea consumption power in the world, and today this position can hardly be challenged by any other country when the British, the jar still drinks 165 million cups of tea, and each year it consumes about 60.2 billion cups. Coffee-Starbuck-Costa is just the people sitting in the lower mats in England, because every day the British only drink about 60 million cups of coffee only, so no one calls Britain a “coffee-drinking nation” at all.