If coffee service is near the bottom of the typical restaurant's priority list, tea enjoys the lonely distinction of being omitted from the party entirely. If you believe that scant few of your clients drink tea, think again. A restaurant patron's reluctance to order tea can be easily attributed to his or her typical experience. How many of your patrons would order the soup of the day if their request was greeted with a bowl of hot water and a bouillon cube? Sadly, tea preparation ...

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