FRENCH PEAR & LYCHEE
The French Quarter of Charleston, South Carolina, is a section of Downtown Charleston bounded by the Cooper River, Broad, Meeting and Market Streets, it was first referred to as the French Quarter in 1873 to recognize the high concentration of French merchants in the area's history. Noted horticulturist Louis Augustin Guillaume Bosc, the pear's namesake, who grew up in France, spent a few years during the late 1700s in the U.S., arriving in Charleston in 1796.
This is a delicious blend of ripe, juicy pear with notes of rich lychee (a tropical fruit native to Southeast Asia) and a generous drizzling of honey. The typical pear harvest period in South Carolina takes place between the first of August and the first of November, making it the perfect fragrance for Fall...but is sure to become a year-round favorite.