Colonel Grey - NEW!
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This U.S. farm-to-table tea is named after Jason McDonald, co-owner of The Great Mississippi Tea Company and a Kentucky Colonel! A flavorful blend of Black Magnolia tea, oil of bergamot, orange peel, lavender buds, and sage, Colonel Grey is distinctively American and delicious hot or iced.
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- To make tea hot: 1 tsp per 8 oz of water, 212°F, 5 min. To make tea iced: 2 tsp per 8 oz of water, 212°F, 5–6 min.
- Jason McDonald and Timothy Gipson, pioneers in artisanal U.S. farm-to-table teas, have invested considerable time and effort in producing Black Magnolia black tea and Mississippi Queen green tea, two of the first great American teas!
- The world's foremost tea propagation experts and involved plant experts from Mississippi State University assisted them in securing and planting dozens of different tea cultivar plants from around the world to determine which plants would grow and produce flavorful teas in the terroir of central Mississippi.
- Jason McDonald is a descendent of Daniel Boone and is a "Kentucky Colonel". Jason and Timothy own land in Hawaii and are growing tea there as well.
- Any fresh fish from the Gulf
- Simply prepared chicken
- Mississippi sweet potato pie
- Delicious with mild triple creme cheeses!
- Bread pudding, Cafe du Monde-style beignets, and any cream-based dessert
Black Magnolia tea from The Great Mississippi Tea Company, Brookhaven, Mississippi, bergamot oil, orange peel, lavender buds, and sage.