Thursday, October 22, 2015

Under the, "I didn't know that!" category.

Builder's tea is an English colloquial term for a strong, milky tea with sugar. The tea takes its name from the inexpensive tea commonly drunk by construction workers taking a break. A builder's tea is typically brewed in a mug (as opposed to a teapot) with two (or more in some cases) teaspoons of sugar.[1][2] The term has widespread use throughout both Ireland and theUnited Kingdom.

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