Missouri tea rooms
Show me the green tea in Missouri!
You are famous for US President Harry S. Truman (who played the piano during White House teas) and for inventing iced teas during the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, now one of the most widely used summertime tea preparations.
Here's your chance to tell us about your favorite local tearooms in St. Louis, Kansas City, or your home town. Include your famous hotels and inns, and which green teas they serve (add their street and city, please).
Are there any regular or annual cultural events when it is traditional to serve green teas? Do you have any family stories you would like to share about those times?
When do you enjoy drinking these teas? What are your favorite local foods or snacks that you also enjoy during these times?
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This page was last updated by Sharon Jones on March 18, 2013.
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