WHITE TEA & GINGER
The Lowcountry is a geographic and cultural region located along South Carolina's coast. The region includes the South Carolina Sea Islands. Once a location that was known for its agricultural wealth, the Lowcountry today is internationally renowned for its historic cities and communities, its natural beauty, and its unique cultural heritage, which have attracted millions of visitors and thousands of new residents. In the heart of the Lowcountry, on Wadmalaw Island, Camellia Sinensis tea plants are grown at the Charleston Tea Plantation and used in American Classic Tea, the only tea grown in America.
This bright citrus & tea blend begins with a top note of white tea, bergamot, mandarin orange and ginger. The aromatic heart combines thyme, jasmine, nutmeg, peony and mimosa with accents of crisp leafy greens and wild lavender.