I really like this! It’s really refreshing.
“Today is a very, very Earl Grey day for me :) I decided that I simply must have more tea today, and remembered I had the Governor Gray that Jaime sent me here at work! It's delightful! Really...” Read full tasting note
“A co-worker (not the cheesecake guy) came back from vacation having taken the South Carolina tea plantation tour. He didn’t want to go – his wife pushed him into it. He said it actually turned out...” Read full tasting note
“Quoting a tasting note from JacquelineM directly: "This is another one that I think people with “bergamot problems” would like. :)" Bingo. I am often bergamot-avoidant (bergamotley challenged?),...” Read full tasting note
“I haven't been writing as many tasting notes lately.. but I'm still drinking the same amount of tea.. they have just been the old favorites! Thanks so much Erin, for sending some of this one to...” Read full tasting note
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 here at the Charleston Tea Plantation, a lush subtropical tea farm. It is in this context of great natural beauty and colonial pride that we bring you American Classic Governor Gray® Tea made from 100% tea grown at America’s ONLY tea garden. With great care we blend our freshest tea leaves with natural bergamot the old fashioned way. Governor Gray Tea is Charleston Tea Plantation’s recipe for a classic and bold cup of tea.
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This is my absolute favorite Earl Gray. Growing up, I spent my summers on an island very near Wadmalaw, so I jumped at the chance to visit the tea plantation and try their teas. My mother and I left with arm loads of boxes in just about every flavor, but I think this and the Rockville Raspberry are my favorites, followed by the peach. You can really taste the care they put into making these teas.