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“Lavender Lemonade for the soul”
Review of Bleu Lavande

Bleu Lavande
Ranked #1 of 7 things to do in Stanstead
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Gatineau Canada
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51 reviews
21 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 126 helpful votes
“Lavender Lemonade for the soul”
Reviewed July 7, 2011

Bleu Lavande is really worth the detour if you visit Granby Sherbrooke or Magog. Adults pay $7.00 each and there is no charge for anyone under 18. This includes an optional guided tour where they explain how the flowers are transformed into the perfume that goes into their beauty products. Lavender can also be used in the kitchen in various ways. There is a boutique where they sell all the line of their products ; essential oil, soaps, bath gel, drawer papers, mineral salts, circulation gel, lavender herbal tea, lavender aromatics, lavender jelly, lavender honey, lavender candies, dried lavender bouquets, towels, quilts etc... There was a make-up artist on the premises that painted children's faces
On the premises, you can enjoy a tall glass of cold lavender lemonade while browsing at your own pace. The sight, the smell and the beauty of these rows of lavender flowers are a treat for the soul.

Visited July 2011
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Kennebunk, Maine
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“Lavender Plantation in the Quiet Countryside”
Reviewed January 12, 2011

While rambling by car on the east side of Lac Memphramagog in the province of Quebec we chanced upon Bleu Lavande. It is a large farm whose crop is lavender. It is a destination for rest - and education about the growing, harvesting, and processing of lavender. The rest is provided by picnic tables near the gardens, massage tables in the scent garden overlooking the fields, cafe, film. There is an irresistable upscale gift shop featuring lavender products. We spent a little more than an hour surveying things but could easily have spent an entire day here. It would make a lovely venue for a wedding. The place was well manicured, not at all ragged.

Visited August 2010
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