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GPS: B- 37.8183089 L- -25.404605, Região Autónoma dos Açores, Ilha de São Miguel

Plantações Chá Gorreana Lda.


PT 9625-304 Maia


+351 296 442349


Angebot / Dienstleistungen:

Tee Plantage

Web: www.gorreanatea.com

Web Shop:


Montag bis Freitag 8:00 - 19:00
Samstag und Sonntag 9:00 - 19:00

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Gorreana Tea recognized internationally as a "world class" tea is Europe's oldest ,and currently only, remaining Tea plantation. Family owned and operated since 1883, when Ermelinda Gago da Câmara and her son José Honorato opened the factory selling the first production of teas under the Gorreana name.
Grown hundreds of miles away from industrial pollution in the lush emerald green hills of the Gorreana estate in the Atlantic island of São Miguel (Azores) without the use of herbicides, pesticides, fungicides dyes or preservatives and harvested fresh every April to September with a large celebration at the peak of the annual harvest, Gorreana's single estate organic green & black teas have been in continued production since 1883. A legacy of fine gourmet teas, all handpicked and produced pesticide free for 130 years, Gorreana's teas have remained a staple in European pantries for over a century.
Indeed, the rare teas that the Gorreana tea estate and plantation have been producing in the Azores have been a European favorite ever since the art of tea cultivation was introduced in the Azores by two Chinese tea experts in September 1874. The culture and passion for tea quickly spread from European houses of Royalty to working classes where the European teas from the Azores were received with great excitement and fanfare all over the world.
Visited annually by tens of thousands, Gorreana's boutique, factory and museum located in the county of Ribeira Grande is the perfect place to enjoy a cup of fresh picked tea while admiring the original 'Marshalls' machinery that dates back to the 1840's. The scent of fresh tea and exotic flowers alongside sweeping ocean views is a paradise just as rare as our tea that owes its unique characteristics to our climate, the PH of our argillaceous soil acid and rich in minerals and, of course, the sea breeze that falls on the plantations as well as the artisan farming methods still in use in Gorreana. Those