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It was the summer of 1904, and temperatures at the World's Fair in St. Louis soared. Sales of hot tea in the Far East Tea House were non-existent, until a young Englishman named Richard Blechynden -- in an act of desperation -- poured tea into glasses with ice cubes. Iced tea was born, and it quickly became the fair's favorite beverage.


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