Sugar cane originated in New Guinea and was introduced to Polynesia between 500 and 1100 AD during the migrations of Oceanian peoples.
Loaded on the double canoes, the cane plants found in Polynesia exceptional conditions for development.
European explorers also exported this cane called O'Tahiti to the West Indies and Reunion where it became the main sugar cane during the 19th century.
It will then be replaced by more resistant and more productive hybrid varieties.
Manutea Tahiti offers you an immersion as close as possible to this noble cane through its Quintessence expression
which has benefited from refining in vats for 6 months and a slow drip reduction.