The Boston Tea Party: How coffee became the official morning beverage of America


The Boston Tea Party: How coffee became the official morning beverage of America

"How does one start a revolution? It begins with a group of like-minded individuals who are bold enough to carry out an action against a superior entity, ultimately to change control of power. In the days of the American Revolution, these individuals were known as the Sons of Liberty, and their supporters — patriots like Sarah Bradlee Fulton, among others — predicated their success on secret preparation. How could they lead a rebellion against England’s powerful King George III and inspire townspeople to join their cause?

It didn’t happen overnight, but a series of events emboldened them to launch into action with an idea that was formed behind closed doors. It became known as the Boston Tea Party and is one of the most impactful political protests in history."

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Our logo proudly pays homage to the Sons of Liberty. I really shouldn’t drink any more coffee this morning but I may have to reconsider. Thanks for posting!

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Great Thread, Mr. Don King.
Although now I fear there shall be a COFFEE VS. TEA VS. ENERGY DRINK DEBATE THREAD coming soon…
(Coffee is best of course!!)

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I agree coffee > tea. Energy drinks are bad for you. Tea is for feminine people and Brits. Might throw beer in there though.

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