We’ve even cut out cuppas to save money
The cost of living crisis in the United Kingdom has hit us all hard where it hurts the most – in the pocket. We all are making cut backs and seeing where we can save money and it appears that that one thing that defines the British around the world is seeing a cut back too…our love of a nice cuppa to relax and unwind and destress.
In a poll of 2,000 UK adults conducted by Dylon, the manufacturer of the laundry product Colour Catcher discovered that almost 20 per cent of British tea drinkers say that their fears of spiralling energy costs means that they have decided to boil less water in the kettles and to make less tea.
The survey also discovered that those aged between 55-74 had cut back the most, with 17 per cent forgoing cups of tea to save money.
Millennials cut back the least, while women have been the sex that has cut back the most but not by much 17 per cent against 16 per cent.