Prince of Wales-250g-Loose Leaf Tea-High Teas
Prince of Wales-Loose Leaf Tea-High Teas
Prince of Wales-50g-Loose Leaf Tea-High Teas
Prince of Wales-500g-Loose Leaf Tea-High Teas
Prince of Wales-60g gift-Loose Leaf Tea-High Teas
Prince of Wales-150g gift-Loose Leaf Tea-High Teas

Prince of Wales

Best-selling afternoon tea. Favourite of Edward, Prince of Wales. Velvety taste.
Regular price £3.45 Sale price£2.76
/
Shipping calculated at checkout.

  • Free Shipping on UK orders over £30
  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way

Known as Prince of Wales Blend this was the favourite tea of Edward, Prince of Wales. The tea is a blend of Assam and Ceylon black teas with a touch of green Gunpowder and natural blackcurrant flavourings. A velvety taste accompanies a golden reddish liquor. Top marks from our tasting panel: "It's the best afternoon tea we've tasted". This is our best selling afternoon tea.

 

Please note: In order to become more environmentally-friendly we no longer add large coloured labels to our tea packets. Simply peel off the small name label from the back of your packet to make it totally biodegradable! Gift tubes are as shown.

Tea Type

Quantity

Water Temp

Brew Time

WHITE 3-5g per cup 70c 5-6 mins
GREEN 3-5g per cup 75c 2-5 mins
BLACK 3-5g per cup 95c 4-6 mins
OOLONG 3-5g per cup 95c 5-8 mins
PU-ERH 3-5g per cup 95c 4-6 mins
UK Orders over £30 FREE
UK Orders under £30 and below 250g £1.97
UK Orders under £30 and above 250g £3.95
International Orders £15
Orders before 3:30pm for same day shipping.
Most UK orders arrive between 1-3 working days.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
86%
(6)
14%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
P
Peter Thompson
Refreshing Tea

Wonderful aromatic blend, perfect for a light breakfast, or afternoon tea. Similar to Earl Grey, but with a “twist “!

M
Matthew Robinson
An unusual fine tea

I've tried out quite a few High Teas black teas and this is so far one of my favourites for afternoon drinking. I would recommend weighing loose tea rather than guessing and timing the brew properly. 4g of tea brewed for 3 min in a 340ml mug usually works best for me.

S
Sunslave
Good afternoon

Flavoured teas don't suit everyone. Mainly because they are drunk at the wrong time of day. The afternoon is the time for flavoured teas when the grind of the day says "get me out of here", A flavoured tea breaks the rhythm of the day. We use three and rotate them: Prince of Wales is our alternative to Earl Grey; next Excelsior Earl Grey - just opening the caddy and inhaling deeply is a moment of luxury; and finally Queen Mary's Rose Garden, a decorous tea for sunny Summer afternoons, with a book, in the orchard.

A
Andreas
Nice Tea

I really like this tea, as teas go this is pure simplicity which is why it is so attractive to drink. It is very moorish to drink and leaves you feeling refreshed.

W
Wendy P.
Very refreshing and full of

Very refreshing and full of flavour