The Availability of Sweet Tea In Virginia as a Representation of the Mason-Dixon Line

The following is a nonscientific investigation into the relationship of Sweet Tea availability and  the separation of northern and southern cultures in the United States.  An interesting phenomenon exists somewhere in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  The northern and urban areas of the state do not generally offer sweet tea in the most restaurants, where as it is a staple beverage for the southern part of the state. Many clear present-day distinctions exists between the cultures of the north and south, but could the availability of Sweet Tea be a quantitative example?

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1 Response to The Availability of Sweet Tea In Virginia as a Representation of the Mason-Dixon Line

  1. Shannon says:

    I was in West Virginia last week and I seen advertisements for McDonald’s sweet tea and also in the stores they sell bottles of sweet tea. I have never seen it that far north before….Yikes! Sweet tea is taking over! BLAH!

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