Pennsylvania tea rooms
Yes, Hershey, you can eat chocolates with your afternoon tea.
In fact, many flavored teas are being created with added chocolate.
And by now, you’ve certainly worked out the best tea to drink with your famous Philadelphia cheesesteak sandwich.
And speaking of Philadelphia, it’s important to remember that all the founding fathers who signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776, were extreme tea drinkers who protected the arrival of Dutch tea ships while boycotting only the British tea ships during the Revolutionary War (see George Washington’s tea).
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