The environment is fantastic : in the cool of the mountains, at the end of a very scenic road travelling through the tea plantations with no traffic sound.
There’s a small museum (free entrance) with some exhibits singing the praises of Boh Tea, a visit of the old factory still in use despite the age of the machines, a very nice tea-shop and a tea-room. Both tea-shop, tea-room and part of the museum are in a very modern beautifully arranged building made with wood, metal and glass. The tea-room especially has 2.5 walls almost completely in windows, often opened, and is built on stilts overlooking the rolling tea plantation. The view is really really nice.
The fare is however not exceptional, though very fresh. It’s quite noisy and really packed on weekends. It’s a good place to try one or two cups of tea out, before buying them ;)
The tea shop is absolutely incredible, with a colonial decoration and spirit.
I really enjoy being able to smell the teas from the huge containers before choosing and buying them. To enjoy that, it’s much better to come during the week, rather than on weekends, when the shop is always between quite full to completely packed.
I am already preparing with relish my shopping and to-be-smelled-before-choosing lists for my next trip to Paris.
The tearoom is also a very good place for the afternoon tea and a quite nice place for a brunch; I probably have been eating / taking tea there a small dozen of time over years, both in the teashop located in Le Marais, rue du Bourg Tibourg and also in the Rive Gauche, located 13 rue des Grands Augustins, also very nice. I have never been to the other two places in Paris though.