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18th Century Coffee House opening in Colonial Williamsburg


Visitors to the historic village of Colonial Williamsburg will soon be able to partake in a warm cup of joe based on 18th century recipes. Free coffee, tea and hot chocolate will be served by costimed re-enactors in the newly recreated R. Charlton's Coffeehouse -- an establishment rebuilt on the site of the original Richard Charlton's Coffehouse which existed in the 1760's.

R. Charlton's Coffeehouse opens on November 20th on Duke of Gloucester St. in Williamsburg, Virginia. Fans of good history and great coffee now have a new pin to put on their java journey roadmap.

[via Yahoo News]

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