How about some beer-tee for breakfast?
Quite a non-standard beverage was created by an Australian company earlier this year.
Each consignment of tea consists of hops and black Ceylon tea, recalling the taste of Australian beer, but with no alcohol in it.
According to the Daily Mail, the Australian beer company called Victoria Bitter launched the sale of packaged tea with the taste of beer. It’s a non-alcoholic beer-tea, therefore you can feel free to drink it at breakfast as stated by the company.
The tea was released for sale on Monday, and it not only resembles an alcoholic beverage but also smells like beer.
Consumers were very interested in the new product, and most of it was bought on Monday morning.
Victoria Bitter reports that tea was released on the occasion of The Ashes Cricket Tournament, where the UK and Australian teams will face off in August.
The creators of the unusual tea call on “to boycott the English breakfast and drink tea from VB” thus replacing the beer. Yeah, right.
VB notes that tea can be served both with and without milk.
Buy a custom drink for $ 10, but only in Australia. While in the rest of the world you can still buy a non-alcoholic beer.