The natural green tea of the Labyrinth En-Champ-Thé
18 rue Emile Mussard
In the heights of Saint Joseph, in Grand Coude, the Labyrinthe en Champ Thé invites you to taste green tea, a typical product of the region.
Perched at an altitude of 1,100 metres in the heights of St Joseph, Grand Coude is linked to the world by its umbilical cord: "le Petit Serré", 60 metres wide between two rivers, the Rivière des Remparts and the Rivière Langevin, from which you can admire magnificent sites. This village is home to the Labyrinthe En-Champ-Thé. The labyrinth is built in a forest of tea bushes, old plantations from the 1960s, recognized at the time as one of the three best teas in the world. In 2005, Johny and his wife relaunched the history of Grand Coude tea, a unique French production. The plantation also grows geraniums, which have been awarded the "Esprit parc national" label. The one we're talking about here isn't the one you'll find on your balcony, but the fragrant geranium, the one we use to collect the essential oils after distillation. Welcomed in a warm and authentic kiosk, you'll find all their products. Using the geranium from his own farm, Mr. Guichard has developed a range of raw and simple processed products, based on a special know-how that has been handed down from generation to generation for decades. The range of products benefiting from the "Esprit parc national" brand is made up of : - The various varieties of organic geraniums grown on the farm (rose, pepper, lemongrass, mint) - Geranium essential oils - Geranium hydrolate - Geranium syrup