The Lavender Museum
The Lavender Museum was founded by a local fine lavender grower/distiller to educate people on why fine lavender is superior to fight off his many competitors using cheaper laverdine. Fine lavender oil could cost 5-10x of laverdine one because 130kg of fine lavender produces 1 litre of essence oil while for the latter only 40kg is needed. The essence oil from fine lavender supposedly has medicine value while laverdine oil is only good for fragrance purpose. The museum is educational but small (basically houses the founder's personal collection of old lavender distillers) and a bit promotional. Fine lavender products will say A.O.P on the label (similar concept like champaign/wine labels).