Slang for tea in the UK, primarily London.
- All day, ordinary, brown tea-with-milk, with or without sugar. Drunk by most tea drinkers
. So-called 'builder’s' to imply tea drunk in a greasy spoon (def. 2) before plastering something; to differentiate from 'fanny'. Also drunk by students and tokers Tokers Tea.
Fanny Splosh - Pink/any-colour-except-brown and/or transparent, fruit or herb flavour, no-milk-tea. Drunk by girls and hippies, the 'health conscious', ('fanny' implying UK def = vagina).