Tea culture is alive and well at the bucolic Charleston Tea Garden, the only commercial tea farm in America. The 127-acre working farm produces some of the most delicious tea flavors like Carolina Mint Tea or Charleston English Breakfast.
Charleston Mix is made with an indubitable collection of premium ingredients that have been native to Lowcountry pantries for centuries. It’s tasty good and sure to put the wind in your sail with it’s multi-layers of flavor. It’s the Bloody Mary perfected.
What began as the hobby of a retired local, the company has evolved over the past decade into a cottage industry of hand-crafted muscadine wine and southern inspired spirits. Produced on a picturesque 48-acre winery, the distillery offers five varieties of wine and a specialty sweet tea vodka, a spirit with undeniably southern roots that took the alcohol industry by storm.
Edmund’s Oast is an American restaurant, brewery, and bar. The name comes from an English-born brewer Edmund Egan, who was one of the earliest people to produce beer in the 1760s. The brewery offers a rotating selection of rare beers including house-made blends such as Edmund’s Oast Toasted Oats.