Each South Carolina Gift Includes:
(Deluxe Only) LOWCOUNTRY PRODUCE YELLOW GRITS: Corn is grown and milled right here in South Carolina. The miller has been doing this for almost 75 years! These are delicious for breakfast or with shrimp, of course, and you'll find shrimp & grits recipe on the back of the bag.
(Deluxe Only) BULLSBAY SMOKED SALT: The original Bulls Bay Sea Salt smoked with oak. The complex taste of these beautifully dark crystals are a delightful addition to chili, rice, grilled meat, and fish. It’s also a fantastic addition when lightly sprinkled on cold salads and cheeses.
BENNE WAFERS: A salty yet sweet cracker, created in the Lowcountry in colonial times.
CHEESE COINS: this spicy cheese cracker also has the unique flavor of the toasted Benne (sesame) seed.
MOLLY & ME PECANS: Praline pecans perfect to eat alone or sprinkle on ice cream.
GREY GHOST COOKIES: Chocolate chip soft and chewy cookies.
SOUTHERN FRIED PEANUTS: These boiled peanuts were dropped in the fryer to give them a salty crunch! You can enjoy them shell and all!
SC SEA SALT POPCORN: Gourmet hand-popped popcorn sprinkled with South Carolina’s finest sea salt.
SWEETEETH CHOCOLATE BAR: 2oz bar with filling – 65% dark chocolate, peanut butter, chipotle peppers, sea salt.
SWEETEETH CHOCOLATE BAR: 2oz bar with filling – 65% Dark Chocolate, house caramel, sea salt.
BLENHEIM'S GINGER ALE: Bottled since 1903 at South of the Border (look for the giant peach!). The natural mineral springs in Blenheim, South Carolina that are the genesis of today’s ginger ale were chanced upon in 1781 by James Spears. As legend has it, Mr. Spears lost his shoe in a water hole. When he came back later to recover his lost shoe, he sampled the water and discovered its potent mineral contents. In the 1800s, the local doctors started supplementing the mineral water with Jamaican ginger and well, the rest is history!
A SIGNATURE WELCOME SIGNATURE LINEN BOX: White linen paper box with silk ribbon tie closure, handmade and reusable for keepsakes, or folds flat for storage.