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Iced tea

Strong tea, chilled and served cold. This is said to have been "invented" at the same St. Louis Exposition (1904) as the ice cream cone. An English tea salesman, Richard Blechynden, was selling no tea in the hot July weather - so he put ice in the tea urn, and created a sensation.

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