EN on Foods
July 2008 Issue
Iced Tea and Chai: Plenty to Choose From, Little to Like
A scorching heat wave during the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair led a tea plantation owner, who had been offering free hot tea, to add ice cubes to his samples. "Iced tea" became an instant crowd pleaser. These days, ready-to-drink iced tea accounts for about 80% of tea sales in the U.S.
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