Video of Tea Being Swung Upside Down and Served in India Shocks Internet: ‘Super Cool!’

Video of Tea Being Swung Upside Down and Served in India Shocks Internet: ‘Super Cool!’
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Forget shaken or stirred, a cafe in India serves tea after swinging it upside down in an open glass! The eatery, which is called The Chappati Factory, is located in Ponnani, Kerala, a state on India’s tropical Malabar Coast, and it’s tea service is truly unique.

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As evidenced by footage shared by BBC reporter Megha Mohan on Sunday, September 9, instead of pouring the tea into a glass or cup and serving it, the staff at The Chappati Factory pours tea, cream and froth into a glass in separate layers and then combines everything by swinging the beverage upside down in a circular motion.

And even though that sounds like it has the potential to be very messy, the servers at The Chappati Factory hold the glass in a way that prevents any liquid in the vessel from escaping, while simultaneously thoroughly combining the tea.

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Not surprisingly, social media users are pretty impressed with this jaw-dropping ritual, and many even tried to speculate what principals of physics are at work. Check out some reactions below!

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