Our concept : respect for people, production and soils.

We present here our selection of Pu'Erh teas and other famous Yunnan teas: black teas, green teas, white teas, as well as some oolong teas. Every year we spend several months in the mountains of southern China to choose and produce them with partner families. You will also find in the shop handicrafts and accessories for tasting discovered during our travels.

Our suggestions

White Teas

SNOW DRAGON JASMIN TEA-BIO

SNOW DRAGON JASMIN TEA – Spring 2020. Yunnan white tea. Organic * This tea consists of a fine pick with young leaves and a large proportion of buds. The herbaceous and flowery fine aromas of the leaves are magnified by those of jasmine, in perfect balance: a "jasmine" tea of great quality.

Sachet 50 gr
10.00 € TTC

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Black Teas

ORGANIC PREMIUM YUNNAN BLACK GOLD TEA

Sachet 50 gr
9.50 € TTC

CERAMIC CUPS

18.00 € TTC

Ripe Pu'Erh

ORGANIC PREMIUM TIE JIE

2019-2020
Sachet 50 gr
8.50 € TTC
New organic teas,certified  by French (Ecocert) and European organizations are online now.
Check out "La Boutique", and try them!
 Also discover, in the section "Tea service", tea cups created by two french ceramists: Lise Revelli and Marie Ange Moratin .
We wish you pleasant moments with our teas.

Know, choose, prepare...

Here are some simple tips to introduce you to Pu'Erh tea.

Travel journals and news

AMONG
THE PRODUCERS

Every year, we go to Yunnan to find the producers and develop with them our Pu'Erh teas.
We share with you our discoveries and our meetings.

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BARKS: TEA TREES SKIN

Each trip to the Pu'Erh Mountains in Yunnan, every time we return to our favourite gardens, it s a reunion that delights us: "rendez vous" made, from season to season, with the old majestic tea trees that we know well. Venerable trees to which visitors show their respect by a short time of silence, burningstick of incense. Kings of Tea Trees who, i
Published on tuesday 01 september 2020
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SUMMER TIME

While, according to its calendar, China is about to enter on 8th of August in the autumn season, and south of the country undergoes the assaults of a very harsh rainy season, we here reach the highest point of the European summer, overwhelmed by the heat wave. "Je m'assoupis Un nuage de canicule Sur les genoux" dirait Issa. We look for freshness ev
Published on friday 31 july 2020
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"HE CHA!"

During 15 years of work and travel in Yunnan, we tasted tea in (almost) all conditions! From "Gong Fu Cha" practiced in the rules of the art, to the blind tastings, passing by the meticulous comparisons of "crus": these are tens of hours spent at the tea table with our partners during each trip, then again in our own tea space when we return to Fra
Published on monday 13 july 2020
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MR XU'S HUANG PIAN

Among our partner-friends, Xu Hong Bo is the one with whom we most crisscrossed the mountains of Yunnan (Pu'Erh prefecture, Lincang, Jingdong, areas and Burma's boarder) and also northern Laos in Phongsaly terroir. Visits to the venerable tea trees in Qanjiazhai or Kunlu Shan, long walks in the forests and tea gardens, countless hours to bump in hi
Published on monday 01 june 2020
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UN THE AU YUNNAN

Quelques nouvelles de la saison de printemps. Le premier Pu'Erh "sheng" (vert) Terre de Ciel du millésime 2020 sera une "Danzhu" (cueillette réservée) issue de deux très vieux théiers de Jingmai, terroir de Nuogang. Les galettes seront pressées lors de notre prochain séjour au Yunnan, à l'automne nous l'espérons. Au total, moins de 3 kilos ont été
Published on thursday 07 may 2020
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SPRING FESTIVALS

In China and South East Asia, April is a time marked by great traditional celebrations. Yunnan (which has no less than 25 different minorities) is particularly festive. Indeed, several important groups such as the "Dai", the "Bulang", the "Bai" in Dalí area, celebrate their New Year; the "Hani" in Nannuo Mountains organize a festival centered on th
Published on wednesday 15 april 2020
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UNUSUAL

As usual, this morning we should have landed at Kunming after long flying hours and one or two transits. 
A little buzzed by these long hours of immobility and confinement in a limited space... what... a limited space? So we would have smiled at the staff, who were waiting, for all the passengers to disembark to clean up the plane. As usual, the st
Published on thursday 26 march 2020