Wake up and smell thanksgiving!
Enjoy our new drinks just in time for the holidays.
Georgetown – Caramel, cupcake and cinnamon. Georgetown, although not directly involved with King Phillips war, Georgetown was subject to occasional Indian raids on account of the war.
Redwoods – Chocolate, Hazelnut and English toffee. From the redwood forest to the gulf stream waters this drink was made for you and me.
London Fog – Earl Grey tea, Steamed milk and lavender. Perfect for those foggy autumn days.
Salem – Chocolate, cherry and espresso.
Plymouth – Pumpkin spice and cinnamon. Enjoy the dessert flavors of the meal between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag tribe that modern thanksgiving is modeled after.
Gatlin – Chocolate, Marshmallow and Shortbread. Named after Gatlinburg which was built near a footpath during the civil war known as the Indian gap trail.
New England – White Chocolate and Pumpkin. New England is the region where the first prominent European colonies settled.
Nova Scotia – Butter Pecan and Maple. During the revolutionary war this Canadian province was occasionally referred to as the “14th colony”.