August 20, 2009
by Lisa Richardson [reposted from our sister blog] Hibiscus “tea” is a very popular beverage across the globe, with incarnations ranging from the Middle East all the way to the Caribbean. It is a sour, fruity infusion made from hibiscus flowers, which thus classifies it as an herbal “tea,” since it usually doesn’t include any Camellia… Continue reading
What’s All The Fuss?
By Stephanie Hanson Part 1: Why American Patriots Revolted Over a Tax on Tea and Why it Was Such a Big Deal Every American school child knows the story of the Boston Tea Party. Mean old King George had put a tax on tea, and so the heroes of the tale, those patriotic Sons of… Continue reading
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