Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina: Former World's Largest Sweet Tea

Ten-foot-tall "glass" brewed 1,400 gallons of tea in June 2015. Nearby Summerville has the current record-holder.

Charleston Tea Plantation

Address:
6617 Maybank Hwy, Wadmalaw Island, SC
Directions:
Charleston Tea Plantation. South end of the island. Drive south on Hwy 700/Maybank Hwy. Turn left at the Charleston Tea Plantation sign. The big container is outdoors, south of the main building, next to the fence overlooking the tea fields.
Hours:
M-Sa 10-4, Su 12-4 (Call to verify)
Phone:
843-559-0383
Admission:
Free to see the container, $12 for plantation trolley tour.
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Sweet Tea.

Former World's Largest Sweet Tea

At the Charleston Tea Plantation.

[Melanie Olds, 11/22/2017]

The ten-foot-tall "glass" brewed 1,400 gallons from the Charleston Tea Plantation in June 2015. The current record-holder brewed over 2,500 gallons.

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