What if you walk on the high plateaus of Curepipe in Mauritius.
You would end up falling on a tea plantation of more than 5 hectares, where the Corson company has cultivated tea for more than a century.
Joseph Jules Corson, in 1872, could not imagine the legacy he would leave for his family and his Island, by bringing back seeds of Ceylon tea to Curepipe.
Crossing all the disasters of the 20th century, climatic and economic, the Corson company succeeded in offering wonderful teas by applying ancestral rules.
You have to discover the whole range of flavors of Corson teas:
Flourish with the new flavors of Corson tea, hot or iced, which will tickle your nostrils.