Dedicated to Ewa
As you know, the English love their cup of tea. Of course, it has to include milk and for traditionalists, a tea pot and a complicated ritual.
Not content with drinking the stuff, we have also created an idiom out of it.
So if you say, I'm sorry but that's not my cup of tea - it means that you don't like something; a style of art or film for example.
Well, if you ever have English guests and you want to make sure that you prepare the sacred brew in a way that is their cup of tea - just watch this highly informative and very British video.
Don't forget the biscuits!