Yunnan, the birthplace of tea

Our tea is hand-picked from Himalayan wild forest tea trees aged between 300 and 3200 years old.

Yunnan is the birthplace of tea, a region famous for its black, yellow, white and pu-erh teas, has now given us “Wild Yunnan Tea”. This fine tea retailer offers us the opportunity to taste and consume a magnificent range of wild forest single origin fine teas carefully handpicked and handcrafted from the cloud veiled mountains of Yunnan.



Wild Ancient Sheng Pu-Erh - Vintage 2011

Pu’erh teas are named for the Pu’erh region of Yunnan Province in China’s southwest. Here the tea bushes take their moisture from the morning mists and nutrients from the mineral rich soils of the pristine mountain slopes. Like fine wine, Pu’erh teas are aged and naturally fermented to develop their unique flavours. This distinguishes them from black teas, which are oxidised and dried, but not fermented. Pu’erh teas can be even darker than black tea, yet aged Pu’erh is mellow and leaves a sweet taste in the mouth.

100% Wild Ancient Sheng Pu-erh tea VINTAGE 2011


Wild Ancient Black Tea

Considered to be the "queen's tea", this style of tea has been exported since ancient times along Asia's famous Tea Horse Road. Made from the youngest leaf-tips of the oldest wild tea trees in the world, it has a history reaching back more than 2000 years. The roots of these ancient trees reach deep into the rich mountain soil, absorbing many of the minerals essential for good health.

100% Wild Ancient Black Tea Loose Leaf Tea

How to prepare wild yunnan tea

Ancient traditions bring modern tastes

Experienced tea masters are meticulous during production of the tea. Wild Yunnan teas are hand plucked, hand blended and hand packaged in our elegant packaging. A strict quality assurance process is required to maintain our official organic certification process. Tea masters and connoisseurs recognise our teas' unique health-giving properties.

The Yunnan Tea Difference

Wild Yunnan Tea is proudly hand-picked in spring from wild forest tea trees. Many of these trees are between 300 and 3200 years old. Their roots have taken decades to grow, seeking out layers of ancient minerals, nutrients and sub-terrarium waters, which regular plants can’t access. These ancient tea trees grow in the most mineral-rich soils in the world in the cloud-veiled mountains of Yunnan.


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