Where & when

The South Shore on the Island of Orleans

Mid-June to August

Monday 10h – 16h
Thuesday 10h – 16h
Wednesday 10h – 16h
Thursday 10h – 16h
Friday 10h – 17h
Saturday 10h – 17h
Dimanche 10h à 16h

 

We are a seasonnal open factory but the work is all year long. For special order or visit, write to us directly
OUR SCHEDULE
Spring
The first weekend of May to the 24 of June

Friday to Sunday – 9h à 17h

Summer
From the St-Jean Batiste Celebration to the Canadian Thanksgiving

Monday 10h – 16h
Thuesday 10h – 16h
Wednesday 10h – 16h
Thursday 10h – 16h
Friday 10h – 17h
Saturday 10h – 17h
Dimanche 10h à 16h

 

Autumn

Sseptember to october

Saturday 10h – 17h
Sunday 10h – 17h
Winter
In Winter

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Write us

A Special Order?  A Constructive Comment?  A Good Joke?  It will always be a pleasure to read and answer you  

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Our treasure map

Did you know that Nostradamus was the first to write a book on jam, why we write “tigidou” without the letter “u”, that our jam is in a blessed land and that the Island of Orleans is the oldest Canadian terroir? Here some of our stories.

FARMS TO VISIT

For fruits picking or just to visit, we list the best farms to visit on Island of Orleans

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A HICKING TROUGHT OUR VILLAGE

Walkthrought the most beautiful village on Island of Orleans and come back by the seashore.  We will show you the trail

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OUR DISCOVERIES

Treasure shops, unusual picnic place, it’s not by touring the island that you would have found them.

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Delectable Agri-Tourism On Île D’Orléans

Mira Temkin, Uban Matter

Considered the quintessential vegetable garden of Quebec City, as well as an easy getaway for the locals, Île d’Orléans is a delightful place to explore. We started at the kitschy Confiturerie Tigidou Jam Factory, the world’s only jam bar, helmed by the world’s only jam-tender, Vincent. I sampled the harvest of his fruit-filled berries, made into delectable jams. The hardest part was deciding which ones to take home.

 

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Île d’Orléans: Parish by Parishs

Annie Fitzsimmons, National Geographic

Not to be missed: the delicious homemade berry jams at Confiturerie Tigidou. Owners Catherine Trudel and Vincent Paris, both natives of the island, share their organic recipes, which often include a hint of fresh herbs, like mint, and “plenty of lemon.” The inn above the barn is a great option for families looking to rent a home-away-from-home on the island.

 

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Une bonne adresse

Claude Montminy, Journal Voir

Tigidou, une confiturerie artisanale au décor shabby chic mignon comme tout. «La confiture fraises menthe, moi, je m’en mettrais sur tout le corps et je me lécherais à perpétuité! Ça n’a pas de bon sens comment c’est bon! Et puis, c’est tout frais, c’est fait avec des ingrédients locaux, sans produits chimiques.»

 

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