Sweet tea country

I swear I've seen something like this before, but not with so handy a map: the (porous) boundary between South and North determined by sweet tea availability. Regrettably they used McDonald's restaurants to draw the map, but that's probably the only realistic way to do it; you wouldn't call up every small restaurant in Virginia, but this information is easy to get from a big company.

For what it's worth, sweet tea is better.

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Have you heard of

Have you heard of this?

Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka is the distillery's newest product on the market. The product is an infusion of American Tea and Firefly Vodka.

I'm told it actually does taste like sweet tea. I can't get it in Chicago though; I guess that's too far north of the line.

I saw a funny short film

I saw a funny short film about a redneck accountant that went around trying to save old farms from bankruptcy to preserve what was left of Southern culture. One set of farmers paused when he said that Boston Market was the most dangerous institution on Earth, on that basis that, "Soon your children will be eating cornbread that's sweet and drinking ice tea that isn't."