The tea you sneak out of your purse for your second cup when you need something better than desperate…
“I am still at my parent's house and this set of teabags has also been here since last Christmas when I got them. My mother goes to McDonald's almost every day to get an iced tea there. I assume...” Read full tasting note
“Thank you to *Twinings* for sending three teas of our choice to try! This is the sample I most wanted, based on reviews I have read here on Steepster. I was especially interested in whether this...” Read full tasting note
“Had this iced today. Made it hot and then added ice. This is an excellent quick iced tea. No sugar necessary. ” Read full tasting note
“Day # 5 of 24, and tea of so late in the day I think it will probably keep me up.......... This one comes to me from *teawing*. Thank you! I have to admit, the more teas I try from Twinings,...” Read full tasting note
Prince of Wales is a pure China black tea sourced from regions including the Yunnan province and other southern regions of China. 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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Wow can i say best tea i have ever had! since reading fifty shades of Gray i have been exsploring more of the twinings blends and this blend is at this point my favoret! where i am not Ana and cant just dip my teabag in for a seconds and be ok i did leave it in for about 2 minuts and it was Not bitter at all.. I seam to over brew my black teas alot and im so glad i did not do that with this one!
thanks to Fifty shades I am now an avide drinker of Twinings Prince of wales tea!
This is very british, but in a very delicate way. It is much lighter and delicate than most breakfast mixes. The official blurb compares its taste to roasted chestnuts – I would never have gotten there myself, but now I read it, it is a very good comparison. I had some teabags from a mixed Twinings box and this is the last, I am going to look for it, bagged (I am heretical, I do not mind that much, depending of course on age and circumstances) or loose.
I usually do not put sugar or milk (or anything dairy) on tea, but this is absolutely delicious with milk.
Stole teabag samplers from a hotel. Shhhhh ;)
This is a very gentle black tea. Quite subtle and tastes really good. Twinings does really good bagged black tea (i love english breakfast and am quite fond of their earl gray). This one is like a really gentle version of English breakfast. It’s even lighter colored. I’d say a perfect afternoon black tea. Would buy it…
The second of my free samples from Twining’s. I can’t really taste the difference between this and English Breakfast – maybe it’s slightly lighter but that’s about it. Nothing special. but if you are a black tea/English Breakfast fan, you may like this. I’m just drinking this for the caffeine at this point and not the taste.
This one of the better Twinings chinese blacks. It isn’t amazing but it isn’t terrible. Its smooth and mild and has the least dusty taste compared to others. It isn’t strong enough for me in the morning but it is a nice relaxing tea at night. I’d love to try their loose version of this, maybe its got more of a bite.