Homegrown and locally sourced

Your favorite Lowcountry restaurant at Kiawah Island Golf Resort at The Sanctuary, Jasmine Porch, bottles up the taste of the south and stocks the shelves with locally sourced ingredients. Numerous restaurants have been packaging their secret recipes and selling them to the masses, here we have strengthened our dedication to the local farmers and utilizing their goods outside of the recipes.

*Geechie Boy 1945 Mill and Seporator*Bagged Stone Ground Grits

Located on in Edisto Island, SC Geechie Boy Market & Mill produces all organically grown vegetables, the freshest strawberries one has tasted and mills both yellow and white corn and grits. Geechie Boy mills both yellow and white corn, as well as both yellow and white grits.

Big Grits 2

America’s only tea garden, Charleston Tea Plantation is located in the heart of South Carolina’s Lowcountry on Wadmalaw Island. The garden includes 127 acres of Camellia Sinensis tea plants, and a working Tea Factory.  Charleston Tea Plantation is the home of American Classic Tea.

Joseph Field’s Farm, located in Kiawah’s back yard of Johns Island, SC supplies the freshest honey with an unbelievable balanced taste.  The ability to adapt too many types of food is prized by all chefs that have come across this honey.