Aerosol tea, anyone?
Have you ever wanted a cup of tea, but can't be bothered with all that squishing of tea bags, or making a pot that might go cold because you can't drink it quickly enough?
Even if that's the case, we'd be surprised if you thought the answer was tea that comes in an aerosol can.
It's a thing though, and called No More Tea Bags, which is tea, which comes in a can in the form of foam. You squirt it into a mug, add hot water and milk (the latter is optional, obviously) and bingo, you've got yourself a brew.
With it being in an aerosol, you'd kinda hope it would involve less production steps, but there you go. It surely can't be as bad as powdered tea, can it?
Guy Woodall, the brains behind this, says: '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."
There's normal tea, as well as cans of Earl Grey and Jasmine Green, and you get 20 cups per can.
We expect a lot of angry tweeting about this, because anyone who messes with the British fondness for a cuppa is on a hiding to nothing. If we see some in the shops, expect a Bitterwallet review.