Tea In Vermont
Between the sugar maple trees producing world famous maple syrup and the dairy cows helping make Ben And Jerry’s world famous ice cream, is it possible to find a great cup of Vermont green tea?
We know that the two U.S. Presidents from Vermont enjoyed tea at the White House.
Chester Arthur loved afternoon teas and tea served at large public presidential receptions.
Calvin Coolidge and the First Lady Mrs. Grace Coolidge, hosted endless afternoon teas (popular in the Red Room), garden tea parties, and tea dances.
But what is available in your home city?
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Are there any annual festive events when it is traditional to serve green teas? Do you have any family stories you would like to share about those times? What are your favorite local foods that you also enjoy during these times?
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This page was last updated by Sharon Jones.
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