Maison du Laurina (La)

Plantation ,  Agricultural heritage at Saint-Joseph
  • Maison du Laurina offers an introduction to Bourbon Pointu coffee through tastings and the unique history of Bourbon coffee.

    Visit of two coffee plantations, tastings of coffee and Bourbon Pointu-based products, with possibility of picnics on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, from 9:00 a.m.
  • Environment
    • Rural
  • Spoken languages
Services
  • Equipment
    • Private car park
Rates
Payments methods
  • Cheque
  • Cash
Openings
Openings
  • All year
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  • Terrible (non-existent) focus on attracting sales

    We were extremely disappointed -- we had high hopes of seeing where Bourbon Pointu was grown. When we called that morning, we were told to come up. When we arrived, a woman in sweat pants came out and basically shooed us away -- insisting that we needed to call "days in advance" for the degustation. They weren't even interested in selling coffee to us. The potential of the place is clear; the lackluster (to be generous) approach to visitors -- particularly when they have made the trek up the perilous road from St. Joseph to Grand-Coude -- was abysmal. Not only is the place not deserving of customers -- we will never buy their coffee again! (But do visit Le Labyrinthe du The in the same town -- that IS worth a visit, and purchases.)

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