Posted December 21, 2016 04:24:27After the first video went viral on YouTube, it was no secret that YouTube was a social media site for people who liked to get together and make videos.
Twisted Tea, a New York City tea shop chain, started with a few hundred employees in 2013 and quickly expanded to 1,000 employees.
But as the company grew, so did its customer base.
The company’s founders, a couple of former college roommates, were looking for a new outlet to showcase their product and were inspired by other social media channels for sharing their teas.
That led them to YouTube, where the YouTube video was born.
This week, the YouTube channel has over 1.8 million subscribers and has become the most popular channel on the site.
“I feel like YouTube has changed my life,” said Brandon Hensley, a co-founder and YouTube personality who started the channel in 2013.
“It changed how I feel about social media, how I think about tea, and how I interact with people.
When I first started watching it, I thought it was just for a laugh.
But then it became a part of my daily life.
I’ve had people tell me that it has made their mornings more productive.
In 2014, Twisted Tea was the first tea shop to get a Starbucks promotion.
Since then, the company has expanded to serve tea to the public, and this year it launched a limited-time promotional event.
Customers have been posting more than 100 videos a day to the channel, which also has a channel dedicated to other brands.
It’s also gotten a lot of press for the company, with many brands including Starbucks, Kelloggs and Blue Apron posting videos about the channel on their official channels.
People love the fact that people have been sharing their tea with them and even making their own videos to showcase it.
YouTube, which launched in 2005, was designed to let creators and viewers share their creations in an effort to help improve YouTube.
Although it’s difficult to quantify the impact YouTube has had on the way people consume tea, it has certainly had an impact on its popularity.
According to research from eMarketer, YouTube generated over $2 billion in revenue in 2014 and $2.6 billion in 2015, and it was valued at $1.5 billion in 2016.
A similar phenomenon can be seen in the world of advertising, where YouTube ads have become a major part of the online advertising ecosystem.
As a result, the channel is often seen as a way to showcase products or services that aren’t yet widely available.
At its peak in 2012, the Twisted Tea brand accounted for more than 30 percent of all YouTube ads, according to data compiled by comScore.
Over the past three years, that percentage has shrunk to just over 5 percent, according a research report by Kantar Media.
Despite the growing popularity of the channel among people, it’s still hard to measure exactly how many views it has. “
People are constantly sharing their thoughts on their tea, which is one of the reasons we’ve seen such a big increase in our views over the past year,” Hens, a former college roommate, told Business Insider.
Despite the growing popularity of the channel among people, it’s still hard to measure exactly how many views it has.
While it’s easy to imagine that it’s a channel for sharing videos and having fun, the truth is that most people who are interested in tea don’t want to waste their time.
So while it may seem like YouTube is becoming a platform for sharing tea, Hens and the Twisted Teas co-founders aren’t concerned with that at all.
Instead, they just want to share what they love about tea and show people that their tea is a good alternative to other teas out there.
They’ve also created a video series that has been watched more than 300,000 times on YouTube.
In fact, one of their videos, titled “A Tale of Two Tea” has racked up more than 2.5 million views on YouTube so far.
Hens and his co-Founders are also excited to see what the future holds for their tea brand.
“We are all about bringing our tea to people,” said Hens.
“This is a platform that is great for us to bring the tea that we love and we think is awesome, to the world.
We want to make a company out of it.”
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