Have you ever wondered, does the United States grows tea? The answer is YES and you can try it!
Over 100 years ago, tea planters brought their finest ancestral tea bushes from China and India to Wadmalaw Island near the historic old city of Charleston, South Carolina. Now the direct descendants of these very plants have been lovingly restored to their former grandeur at the Charleston Tea Garden, a lush subtropical tea farm. It is in this context of great natural beauty and colonial pride that we bring you Charleston Tea Garden's teas, made from tea grown exclusively at America's own tea garden.
Each loose leaf tea comes in a collectible tin!
All of the pictures on this page were taken at the Charleston Tea Plantation or Charleston Tea Garden, except for the green tea tin image. Click on the pictures to enlarge them.