The cost of Britain’s favourite hot beverage – the humble cup of a tea – has soared by a staggering 16 per cent, figures revealed today


The cost of Britain’s favourite hot beverage – the humble cup of a tea – has soared by a staggering 16 per cent, figures revealed today.

The rising price of tea bags, milk and sugar, coupled with soaring electricity bills making a kettle costlier to boil, mean a standard ‘cuppa’ could now cost as much as 4p to make – and 2.6p on a budget.

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And slot gacor gampang menang while it may seem a small price to pay, it is worth considering that an estimated 100million cups of tea are knocked back every day across the UK – while the average Briton drinks 876 cups each year.

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