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by Bryon White January 03, 2016 1 min read

Yaupon Brothers is now working with our friends Jen & Steve Lorch of Table Rock Tea, Co., in Pickens County, South Carolina. Steve & Jen will be lovingly processing our Yaupon just as if it were their own tea. Speaking of, Table Rock Tea is one of only a handful of tea plantations in the United States. Jen & Steve have over 11,000 seedlings of Camellia Sinensis in their state-of-the-art greenhouse. That's impressive! We'll keep you updated on our adventures with Table Rock Tea!

Steve spreading some Florida Yaupon on the withering table.

The Yaupon Bros in the processing area at Table Rock Tea!

 

Check out Table Rock Tea here: http://www.tablerocktea.com/

 



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