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

Green Pu'Erh


BAKALONG- Spring 2015, old and very old trees. "Terre de Ciel" raw Pu'Erh cake - 100 gr. To mark the tenth anniversary of our first steps into the world of Pu'Erh, we asked each of our partners to offer us a particular mao cha. Here's one we held with Mr Zhang 

Galette 100 gr
23.00 € TTC

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Ripe Pu'Erh


Galette 357 gr
46.00 € TTC

Green Teas


Sachet 100 gr
14.50 € TTC


85.00 € TTC
The organic Wuliang Mountains green tea , 2019 vintage, is now available. See it in "Shop" and taste it!

Know, choose, prepare...

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

Travel journals and news


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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During our trips in Yunnan, Jinghong is the base from which we radiate in the southern tea mountains. Located in the heart of the Xishuangbanna, which is almost a gateway to the Menghai, Jingmai and Six Mountains areas, the city has become a hub for Pu'Erh buyers. The surge of buyers and speculators has contributed to the prosperity of the region,
Published on thursday 25 july 2019
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In 2009, we pressed our first raw Pu'erh cake under our own brand. It was a tea from Northern Wuliang Mountains (Jingdong area) harvested at high altitude in a very remote region. A special choice for a first tea cake, but we were seduced by its particular aromatic characteristic (the famous "orchid perfume") and by the wild side of the terroir. Si
Published on tuesday 11 june 2019
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Terre de Ciel : 2019 first Pu'Erh teas

As far as "Po Shui Jie" (water festival and Dai new year ) festival is in full swing, with its cohorts of tourists from all over China and its high-profile events, we go on travelling on the tea roads . It's good to get away from Jinghong! In the Great Mountains As often, we started the trip in the Six Mountains, Manzhuang and Yibang. We really wan
Published on monday 15 april 2019
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Nous sommes de retour au Yunnan et après le traditionnel passage à Kunming, nous voici au Xishuangbanna pour produire nos Pu'Erh Sheng de la saison 2019. Une grande sécheresse, des cueillettes très retardées, très peu de thé des vieux arbres (avec pour corollaire des prix encore en hausse): dire que la situation est compliquée, c'est peu. Mais selo
Published on wednesday 03 april 2019
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2009 / 2019 : Les Pu'Erh "Terre de Ciel" ont dix a

The spring is looming and for us, once again, that means it s time to go back to Yunnan. In two weeks, we will land in Kunming and head back to the Pu'Erh tea mountains. "Once again": but always with enthusiasm; it will be such a great pleasure to meet our dear friend s again, to go back to the blue mountains, share long tasting sessions... And the
Published on monday 11 march 2019
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The Year of the Pig began on Tuesday, February 5.The Pig (in Chinese 豬: zhū) is the twelfth animal of the Chinese zodiac, also called Wild Boar, Pork or Bear.According to Chinese astrology, the pig is considered very positive. In Chinese, the character "pig" added to the character "roof" gives the word "house". Thus, in ancient traditions, every ho
Published on thursday 07 february 2019
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To all of you who support our work and share with us the passion of tea, we wish a beautiful journey through the days of the new year. We would like to thank you again for your interest in our project, your support, your confidence and all the experiences you share with us. In these troubled times, let us shed light on our days, to begin the year i
Published on wednesday 09 january 2019