We had a stop here during our Tour here, while the property is lovely and tea is great, other than watching a video of the process, snapping a pic of the fields, standing in a confused line to buy the tea, I was not overly...More
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This is the only tea plantation in the Azores, going back to sometime in the 1800s. And it must also be the most western European tea plantation. It remains an operational tea plantation, with acres of tea plants grown in waist-high hedges covering the hills...More
This is such a lovely place. There are no entrance fees, guests are offered free self-service tea, can walk around freely and watch a short film on the whole process of making tea from a plant to a bag. The view is terrific, there's a...More
The plantation its beautiful, location is near main road. The tea is delicious,free, also If you want you can buy some (I'm drinking green tea until now :) ). The whole manufacture is really interesting. Must go place!
I went to the Chá Gorreana tea plantation. Very interesting. It was cool to learn about the process of picking and prepping tea. If you go, try the green tea gelato! It was awesome!
This was my second visit to the island and I made sure I came back to Gorreana. I am increasing my rating of the attraction to excellent. I came with a guide this time and skipped the video altogether. I still recommend you start by...More
Worth a visit if you are on the way to or from somewhere else. The tea is free so help yourself in the museum or cafe. They sell pastries and other bits too as well a packets of their various tea, although you can buy...More
Again, for someone that the only thing he knew about tea was to drink it, this is a truly learning experience. In addition to learn about the production process you will have the chance to try the different teas for free. Make sure you take...More
The oldest factory still producing on the island. You can walk around freely through the factory and see all the processes of making black and green tea - if you like photography you will love the old iron machinery - you get to taste all...More