Chai is love, Chai is bae. From "Hello, frens, chai pee lo", to the blue-eyed Pakistani chai-wala; chai related-things (lol, you know) have always had the potential to take the internet by storm.
Recently, Twitter user Meghna Mohan uploaded a video of chai being served with a twist, well literally.
"How tea is served at The Chappati Factory in Ponnani, Kerala."
How tea is served at The Chappati Factory in Ponnani, Kerala. 🇮🇳 pic.twitter.com/8cxJctMrJT— Megha Mohan (@meghamohan) September 9, 2018
Doin' us a bamboozle.
Video opens with three layers of chai components - Black tea, Milk, and froth - which are then mixed in a swirl by the twitter-acclaimed 'Tea-man'.
This 40-seconds-video already has over 345K views on Twitter, and Twiteratti is busy figuring out the science behind this Tea-man's stunts.
Unless physics isn't functional up there .......So basically he is using his palm to stop the concoction from falling out while inverting the glass ?— Dòn Feldër (@Grieshnak) September 9, 2018
I forget if it's centrifugal force or centripetal force (been a long time since middle school science class!) but it's basically the same thing that let's you swing a bucket of water around so that it goes upside down but the water doesn't spill.— Pinko.Snob (@pinko_snob) September 9, 2018
Time to get the 'par- TEA' started! Right?
“I’d like a tea, please - swung, not stirred...”— CitizenSRai (@Sushant_Rai) September 10, 2018
Life hacks when you are too lazy to get up for a spoon 😎— Saniya Kaluskar (@SaniyaKaluskar) September 10, 2018
Okay, bye. Time to have yet another cup of chai.