7 Comber Road
Figure Eight Island
Surrounded by fine homes and 100+ species
of birds, this oceanfront lot is ideal.
101 Parmele Boulevard
6 BD / 5 BA/ 1 HALF BA / 4808 SQFT.
Fall in love with this unique eco-friendly beach
home with peaceful, unobstructed ocean views.
2009 Seawind Lane
4 BD / 3 BA / 3890 SQFT.
Incredible bird watching from this beautiful
home on peaceful Dye Lake.
1121 Pembroke Jones Drive
6 BD / 6 BA / 2 HALF BA / 7806 SQFT.
This home offers luxury, and privacy with waterfront views
and a coveted Landfall boat slip.
801 Wild Turkey Place
4 BD / 3 BA / 1 HALF BA/ 3679 SQFT.
Beautiful brick Georgian home with dual master
suites, hardwoods, and many upgrades.
2700 North Lumina Ave #605
Shell Island, Wrightsville Beach
1 BD / 1 BA / 1 HALF BA / 585 SQFT.
Oceanfront condominium with good rental
Contact our agency today and make a friend for life.
WBM august 2018
Everything in the
South is Sweeter
We know that everything is sweeter
in the South. Coca-Cola, Pepsi, and
Dr. Pepper are all from the South, as
are pecan pie, pralines, and banana
cream pie. Sweetness has been adopted
into our lexicon — honey, sweetie,
sugar-pie. Even our whisky is sweet.
If you were born below the Mason-
Dixon line, it is assumed that there is
sugar in your tea — and lots of it. In
fact, some call it the Sweet Tea Line.
North of that boundary, tea mostly
comes unsweetened, and you have to
order “sweet iced tea” if you want it
that way. South of the line, you just
ask for “tea.” Anything else is simply
Ask any Southerner where the best
sweet tea is served, and he or she
will have an opinion. Sweet tea car-ries
deep meaning for Southerners.
Traditionally, Luzianne is the preferred
brand. The correct way to make it is
to pour boiling water over pre-sweet-ened
How much sugar? Well, like David
Gibson wrote in “Chile Pepper
Magazine,” “Carolina sweet tea coats
If you see someone stirring sugar
into iced tea, they aren’t Southern. Pre-sweetening
tea with a lot of sugar while
it’s piping hot is the only way to dissolve
every grain. A substantial amount of
sugar must be added to the hot tea base
— there’s no debating this. A syrupy
base is what separates sweet tea from
sweetened iced tea.
Since the 1950s, the tea of choice has
been Luzianne or orange pekoe. The
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Southern Tea Rules