Distillerie et Usine de Jus de Fruits de Moorea


About 300m inland from the coastal road, this juice-processing factory and distillery is well worth a stop. It produces various juices and alcoholic beverages, including yummy liqueurs and a devilish ‘Tahitian punch’. The tasting of liqueurs and juices is free. Tours are available at 9am and 2pm from Monday to Thursday and last about 40 minutes. The gift shop sells drinks and souvenirs.

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