Tea sandwiches are on the menu at the Capitol Hill restaurant D.C. Coffee.
But this sandwich, the Tea Party Sandwich, doesn’t just have tea in it.
It’s also got the Tea, and the Tea Sandwich is an homage to the tea.
[Photo: D. C. Coffee] Tea sandwiches were introduced in Washington DC as a way to make the Capitol more accessible for lawmakers.
The idea of tea sandwiches came to the attention of a local tea party activist, but the sandwich idea took hold of a small group of tea party members and was adopted by other tea party groups around the country.
[Read: How a Tea Party Group Inspired the Tea Revolution.]
The Tea Party sandwich, as it is known, is a combination of an old fashioned sandwich, a tea cup and a banana leaf.
The tea cup is a standard tea mug, with a leaf sticking out, and a few leaves of the tea in the cup.
It comes with a little piece of fruit, a bag of chips and a bagel on the side.
The banana leaf is placed inside the sandwich.
It is not included.
This version of the sandwich is made from a regular old tea cup, but instead of using a traditional tea mug the cup is made of a stainless steel stainless steel mug that is decorated with a logo of the Tea Parties group, which was created in the 1980s.
[Photos: Tea Party Supporters on Capitol Hill] The Tea, or Tea Party, is the largest group of Tea Party supporters in Washington, DC, and has more than 1 million members nationwide.
Members of the group regularly gather at the House of Representatives to protest the government shutdown, which began in October.
[Video: Capitol Hill Tea Party Activist] The tea party has also developed a reputation for making outlandish, politically incorrect statements.
For example, the group has been known to call President Donald Trump a “fascist,” a “cancer,” and a “liar.”
[Video | Tea Party: An ‘Unbelievable’ Story of the Founding Fathers] It is no surprise that the tea party is an inspiration to some tea party supporters.
But there is one other way the sandwich has influenced tea party and Tea Party-related art.
In recent years, the tea sandwiches have been the subject of much criticism for using cheap, generic, disposable plastic.
A few of the original designs included a plastic cup, and they were sold at a discount to the Tea party members who purchased them.
The Tea sandwich, by contrast, uses a unique recipe, which involves the tea leaves, tea bag and banana leaf, but also uses a special tea blend that is infused with herbs.
[Watch: Tea and Politics: A New Look at Tea Parties Past] The sandwich has been criticized by some Tea Party groups, who say that the sandwich makes the Capitol look and feel like a hotel.
But tea party leader Mike O’Brien said the sandwich’s design is meant to be seen as an homage and not a political statement.
He said he had been in contact with a number of tea parties and their supporters, and decided to make this sandwich to honor the group’s history and the principles that they stand for.
“The Tea Party sandwiches were a big hit in the early days, and I think it has been a success,” he said.
[Top 10 Tea Party Artwork] But the sandwich isn’t just an attempt to get in a quick bite to eat.
The sandwich is meant as a political tool and not just a quick snack.
The original design includes a sticker that reads “The tea party does not represent us,” which is printed on the sandwich itself.
The stickers also feature the Tea in the design and on the banana leaf are two words: Tea, Tea, tea.
In the Tea sandwich’s case, the word Tea, is also written in large letters at the top.
The word Tea is an allusion to the group and its belief that all government should be run by Tea Party members, who have been known for their freedom-loving philosophy.
[Related: The Tea House of the Capitol] Tea Party leaders say they do not condone the use of any of the stickers, nor the name of the political group that is behind them.
Instead, the name is placed on the cup, which the Tea group uses to sell the sandwiches.
It has been selling the sandwiches since 2015, but is now offering a limited edition edition of 100,000 of the sandwiches, which will be available for a limited time.
[Tea Party Sandwich: The History of the House Tea Party] Tea party supporters have been enjoying the sandwich, which is a reminder of the founding principles of the conservative Tea Party movement, which originated in the 1970s.
In fact, the original tea group that inspired the Tea sandwiches was founded in 1979, and was also known for its strong anti-government beliefs.
[Find out more about the Tea House Tea House] But many tea party advocates have said the Tea is a political group, and that the Tea are a political organization.