How to Make Cereal Tea

Aaron Geman has developed an ingenious solution for a problem that has plagued humanity for millennia. What do you do when you have eaten all of your cereal, but still have milk left in your bowl? Don't let that milk go to waste. Flavor it with cereal.

Now Geman would like to stress that he is a mature adult and not inclined to simply dump powdered cereal in his milk:

Now, any two-bit hack can flavor some milk with cereal and then ditch the cereal. That is not our style. We are refining that process: lending an air of dignity to an otherwise childish act. In proper, tea-bag-in-tea-cup format, our tasty cereal beverage is as appropriate around the office as it is around the house.

Geman's solution began with carefully opening and emptying teabags. Then he pulverized quality breakfast cereals, added the powder to the teabags and resealed them.

You see where this is going? Well, Geman went even further. He added appropriate labels for the teabags and even built a teabag dispensing box from a matching single-serving cereal box. Then he heated milk and soaked the teabag--er, cerealbag--in it. Perfect!

Be sure to read Geman's entire description of the process, which is quite funny.

-via That's Nerdalicious!

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