Tasmania’s first tea storm is brewing.
The tea storm that’s hit the South Australian capital of Adelaide has created havoc on streets, bars and restaurants and has forced more than 200 businesses to close.
Tea Storm Chasers was the first storm to hit Adelaide last weekend.
“We’re all just kind of shocked and really, really happy,” cafe owner and owner of La Vie Tea, Marjorie Rolton, said.
TASMANIA IS A CHEAP COUNTRY In the US, the cost of a cup of tea has soared by over $1,000 since last week, and there have been reports of people getting mugged while drinking tea.
At the time of writing, it costs around $1.20 to buy a cup.
There are more than 500 tea shops in the country, according to a recent study by the Tea Association of America.
The tea market is expected to be $5.6 billion in Australia by the end of 2018, according the Association of Tea and Tea-making Industries.
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