In the Lowcountry
The thick strong branches of 500-year old live oaks dip low to touch the saltwater marsh, as if parched for thirst. This is the Lowcountry, a string of sun-drenched sea islands along the coast of South Carolina and Georgia, a land of colonial history, humid air, spanish moss, old architecture with large breezy porches, and of course, iced tea.
Contact -- Via Mailing Address
Oliver Pluff & Company
295 Seven Farms Drive Suite C - Box 309, Charleston, SC 29416