i clean the stove while it brewed, so it was a little cold, but it was great otherwise. my first try.
“This tea does have an earthy scent to it. I swear I can taste yunnan in there somewhere. Its a blend of many teas and makes a nice mild tasty cup.” Read full tasting note
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“Loose Appearance: dark med curl leaf Aroma when Dry: nutty, fruity hints of malt After water is first poured: hints of nutty and malty notes At end of steep: slight floral, citrus notes,...” Read full tasting note
“Decided to try this one because of the repeated mention of "light smokiness" because that's one of my favorite elements in tea. So I was surprised that the aroma was sweet and flowery! I still...” Read full tasting note
The blend is made from China black teas. The strong earthy scent of Prince of Wales Tea comes from high grade Keemun tea from the Anhui Province. The Keemun is blended with other teas from around China such as Gunpowder, Oolong, and Lucky Dragon for a mild and complex cup.
The tea was a personal blend of Edward, Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII.
Its many variations are produced by multiple companies. Edward granted Twinings Co permission to resell his personal blend using his royal title, in 1921. Twinings of London however recently withdrew its Prince of Wales tea from the United Kingdom market (although it is still marketed abroad), as witnessed by their official regional websites.
This blend is light in color and has a smooth and mild taste, with a well-rounded character. Great in the late morning or in the afternoon, it is perfect with or without milk and can be sweetened to taste.
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Prince of WalesThe Whistling Kettle
Prince of WalesSpecial Teas Inc
Prince of WalesMetropolitan Tea Company
Prince of WalesEnjoyingTea.com
Prince of WalesTwinings
Prince Of WalesThe Tea Table