To Boston and Back - The Party's On.
Posted by Adrian Lee on September 04, 2014 (0 Comments)
Tea has such a lively history. Just look at 1773, when demonstrators disguised as native American Indians snuck onto a load boats in Boston Harbour and dumped 600,000 pounds of tea into the sea. As well as creating the biggest brew of all time, this impressive act defiance to British rule, and what happened directly afterwards (the British slapped the protestors hard, the protestors slapped back even harder) led the American Revolution and shaped the US as it is today. Today, by the way, The Washington Post said that America is "slowly becoming a nation of tea drinkers", with tea market quadrupling in the last 20 years. Party on dudes, as one of our favourite American's once said.