Prince of Denmark

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  • “A green Earl Grey with Jasmine! Awesome! The leafs are nice... Very even in size and colors. A spoon of dry leafs smells very much of Earl Grey, but I can't detect the jasmine in the dry leafs....” Read full tasting note
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Very nice blend of Earl Grey and jasmine. This tea was created for the new Prince Christian of Denmark. Infusion: 7 minutes.

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A green Earl Grey with Jasmine!

The leafs are nice… Very even in size and colors.
A spoon of dry leafs smells very much of Earl Grey, but I can’t detect the jasmine in the dry leafs. THEN after steeping the weirdest thing happened. The smell of EG is all gone and is now replaced by … (drumroll) … Jasmine!

It also taste very much of jasmine. In fact the jasmineflavor is so much in-your-face it drowns all the other other flavors. This is so unlike Perchs blend it leaves me slightly confused. They usually blends to perfection, and this is far from perfect. Somehow I like it anyway. As a jasmine tea it’s actually decent, and CHEAP, so if I ever run dry of jasmine tea I would go to this.

By the way, the coloring of this tea is also weird. Green with a brown tint.
Oh, Perch – I found a flaw of you today but it’s so good that I forgive you!
(P.S Long live the Queen and all her dogs)


The description suggests a seven minute steep. Do you remember how long you steeped for?


But I see you wrote the description also, so I assume seven minutes.


The thing is that the leafs are still in the mug.
I am lazy – but really fast drinking – so I used a Bodum travelmug with infuser and drank it about 5-or 7 minutes after. I wrote the note seconds after steeping while sipping so there should be a “oversteep” flaw here.

Hmm…But maybe I could find the EG notes in a shorter steeping period! Thank you for noting this. I try it again later ;)

I just picked up the description on the companys webside :)


I’ve found that AC Perch’s generally put ridiculously long steeping times in their descriptions. I’ve started to just ignore them.


Yes, they seem to do that.
I guess people should follow their taste. Yesterday I steeped a tea for 2-3 minutes and the one who asked for the tea asked me to set the teaegg back in the cup – she said the tea was a little weak.

I don’t mind, but I am sure that tea got a little sour because of oversteeping.
It seems that some people really enjoy their tea strong – I say good for them!

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