Rush Limbaugh Tea?
June 16, 2011 by Post Team
Rush Limbaugh Tea?, The Rush Limbaugh listeners of Wednesday’s show might have thought that the host had developed a speech impediment. But, no. When he was saying “Two if by tea,” he really meant “you” and “sea”. And he meant it as a new name for its line of ready to drink tea.
Sweet tea and the tea have taken off in recent years – with Arizona tea huge increase in sales. Arnold Palmer – a mix of tea and lemon – are selling well as premixed drinks in supermarkets.
Just a couple of years ago, a Charleston firm, sweet tea vodka launched even favored.
The name of the new product Limbaugh is a game in the line of the famous phrase of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow “Two if by Sea” in Longfellow’s poem about Rivera. Interestingly, the media a hook as possible when talking about Paul Revere recently reprimanded Sarah Palin. It is unclear if this is all about.
The flavors of tea sweet tea Limbaugh are the original, Original Diet tea, raspberry tea, raspberry tea and diet. Limbaugh, of course, launched a website for your business. The theme is “Tea Tea Shining.”
As of 15:30 Wednesday, seemed to be overwhelming sales staff answer the phone – a man who placed an order for 6 cases was on the phone for 57 minutes, said Limbaugh.
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