A British energy firm First Utility had upset its customers by advising them to “cut down on tea and coffee” and “staying away from a hot drink twice a week” to save approximately ￡10 a year on sky-rocketing energy bill.
Given that the nation got through two World Wars by putting the kettle on, we don’t think that the people will abandon the tea drinking activity soon. Not for all the tea in China.
This infographic, which illustrates the value of a cup of tea, was published by the Tee Magazine. Tea consists of antioxidant that can help prevent cancer, diabetes and reduce the risk of stroke. It is also the most comforting way to end a long day.