Berlin flows 2018, raw puerh gushu from 500 year old trees, Yunnan, China

Raw puerh tea from ancient trees, Ailao Mt, Yunnan, China. Harvest April 2018. Aged in Taiwan (Dry Storage).

Tasting notes: dried apricots, minerals, freshly cut wood

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We secured a small batch of these leaves, naturally grown raw puerh from an 500 year old Gushu tea in the mountains of Ailao mountain. The perfect “berlin flow” for you, with a beautiful illustration. Perfect for drinking or storing. Bring these ancient trees to your home. Order the 2018 “berlin flows” edition – the first Berlin Puerh cake 🙂

The raw puerh was just harvested end of April 2018 from 300-500 year old trees (“Gushu”). The tea is hand processed and selected by Mr. Lin in May 2018. He pressed the tea for us in Xishuangbanna End June 2018 and you can enjoy it. The tea leaves come from the Ailao Mountain nature park in Yunnan. The puerh is delivered as 200g cakes with a wonderful design by Julia Kuo. The illustration is printed on the puerh wrapping. Discover this raw puerh and its unique flavor with a strong long lasting sweetness (“Huigan”).

We recommend to brew it Gongfu style, 5g per 180ml. One cake should be enough for 50 servings and each serving can be brewed 6-10x. (200+ cups of Puerh, 0.25€ per cup) Good for drinking and storing.

dried apricots, minerals, freshly cut wood.

    • Cultivar: Native Yunnan

    • Oxidization: 100%

    • Fermentation: 10% (Taiwan storage)


  • Production: wild, native

  • Fruity

  • Earthy

  • Floral

Weight 0,200 g

Mr. Lin from Xishuangbanna


Tiankuo, Ailao Mountain, Puerh region, Yunnan, China


Naturally wild grown arbor trees (no pesticides, no fertilizer, minimum invasive)


2200 m


Handpicked in April 2018, withered, machine baked, rolled and sun dried.


Cotton paper wrapping with print


10g, 200g TW

Size of farm

< 1 ha

  1. Raphael Wozniak

    This tea is extraordinary smooth and silky. Great sweetness with a very clear finish. Notes of ripe banana and mango make it to one of the best teas I got to brew this year. Brew: 20g/l with 85°C for 90 sec.

  2. Valerio

    This pu’erh tea collected from a centuries-old plant is very particular and good, the first 3 infusions its flavor remains delicate on the palate, after the third infusion the leaves have opened completely and release a mineral-rich flavor that distinguishes this tea from the others, in fact, until the twelfth infusion, this flavor remained stable and I could not help it.
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