KUNLU 2011

For any order of " Kunlu 2011 " and " Terre de Ciel Kunlu Sauvage 2016 " crossed before September 15th, we shall offer you a postcard of "Kunlu Shan"King of the Tea Trees ".


Some Pu'erh and other teas on sale in our "Shop"


Preparing our next journey to Yunnan, we raised a level of our stocks.
We draw your attention on following Pu' Erh teacakes:
Some "Terre de Ciel" Pu'Erh are almost sold out : 
Wuliang 2009, Gedeng, Mangzhi et Manzhuang 2014, "Le Vieil Arbre "2015.
There are only a few pieces left of those 2005 to 2010 vintage "sheng" (raw) Pu'Erh :
Jingmai 2009 et 2010 from Mr Zhang
Mulan 2008, Bulang 2008 from Chen Yun Ming
Ailao 2007 from Mr Xu
The ripe ("shu") Pu'erh  " Vieux théiers de Menghai 2012" and "Anding Shan 2005" will be sold out very soon.
If you have any question, please feel free to contact us.
We wish you a pleasant visit!
To know the amount of postal charges or for any special requests, feel free to contact us by email. 

TERRE de CIEL Pu’Er teas and other teas from Yunnan

Here is our selection of genuine raw and ripe Pu’Er teas. You will also find here a choice of famous Yunnan teas (black, green and white teas).
Since 2005 we spend several months a year in Yunnan Province, producing and selecting our own teas during local harvest time.

Pu’Er tea (or “Pu’Erh”) is a famous Chinese tea originating from a very ancient tradition.
Our Pu’Er tea cakes come exclusively from natural or wild gardens situated in preserved areas of the Great Tea Mountains. The leave are harvested from old or very old trees belonging to our partner families. The teas are made in a traditionnal and manual way. Thanks to its origins and the methods employed to produce it, Pu’Er tea is a particularly beneficial drink for maintaining good health.

Yunnan also yields a variety of other teas coming from distinct geographical areas and produced according to varying local customs.

We also offer an exclusive choice of hand-crafted Jianshui clay potteries and some teaware enabling you to enjoy the teas in optimum conditions. And at least you are invited to travel with us through the notebooks published in the blog and the pictures of our reports.

Enjoy !
Aude Frère et Dominique Charriez


Kunlu Shan (la montagne de Kunlu) s'élève au nord du district de Ning Er (anciennement Pu'Er) à plus de 2000 mètres d'altitude dans la chaîne des Monts Wuliang. Kunlu Shan est un terroir reculé, une montagne peu habitée. Les vieux théiers majestueux poussent dans un environnement naturel préservé, la forêt est encore dense. C'est l'un de nos terroirs favoris.