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Taking the tea all over town

On a hot day, cooling down is easy. Find a tumbler of cold, amber liquid and ice, and you've got a glass full of refreshment.

July 16, 2008

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Sweet tea, as it's known in the American South, is a strong ice-cold tradition. It's a very popular, seriously sweetened glass, and drunk by the gallon year-round, but especially during the blistering hot summer months. (Full article: 1016 words)

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