Someone has invented aerosol tea because nothing is sacred anymore 5 years ago

Someone has invented aerosol tea because nothing is sacred anymore

Aerosol tea. Aerosol. Tea.

Tea, that comes from a can.


You spray a from from a can, add water and milk and suddenly it becomes a cup of tea.

Living in the 2016 is a terrifying thing.

No More Tea Bags is a culinary invention from Guy Woodall, a man who seemingly despises tea bags wants to change your tea drinking experience.

"The convenience of not having to sit around and wait for your tea to brew is a major selling point, but the technology we've used enables us to produce a tea that we believe is a far superior taste to an ordinary tea bag," he says, totally unaware that his invention mocks everything that is in God's Plan.


As Woodall explains, the average cup of tea is brewed for a mere 13 seconds (!!), which is nowhere near long enough for a tea bag's full flavour to dissipate.

Comparatively, No More Tea Bags is brewed for five minutes per can, with each one offering  20 cups of 'hotter, tastier tea'.

It's an impressive idea no doubt. One that's taking people a few moments to adjust to.


Coming in a range of flavours including Jasmine and Early Grey tea, No More Tea Bags certainly has our interest piqued.

We'd give it a go, but still. Aerosol tea. 2016 is weird.



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