The vegetable production of the labyrinth in the field Tea
18 rue Emile Mussard
Perched at 1100 meters in the heights of St Joseph, Grand Coude is connected to the world by its umbilical cord: "le Petit Serré", 60 meters wide between two rivers, the Rivière des Remparts and the Rivière Langevin. Once arrived, you will discover the labyrinth, built in a forest of tea trees.
Perched at 1,100 meters in the heights of St. Joseph, Grand Coude is connected to the world by its umbilical cord: "le Petit Serré", 60 meters wide between two rivers, the Rivière des Remparts and the Rivière Langevin, from which one can admire magnificent sites. It is in this village that the En-Champ-Thé Labyrinth is established. The labyrinth is built in a forest of tea trees, old plantations of the 60s recognized at the time as one of the three best teas in the world. In 2005, Johny and his wife re-launched the history of Grand Coude tea, a unique French production. On the plantation we also cultivate geraniums, also beneficiaries of the brand "Esprit parc national". The one we are talking about here, is not the one we find on the balconies but the fragrant geranium, the one that allows us to collect the essential oils after distillation. Moreover, with the passing of years, the exploitation diversified to welcome beside the tea trees and the geranium, a market garden production of great quality, certified Bio, which also profits from the mark "Spirit national park". When you visit the farm, you will surely be able to leave with your basket of organic fruits or vegetables!