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Carstensens Tehandel


Web: www.carstensens-tehandel.dk
Last Updated: Mar. 1, 2020

About Carstensens Tehandel

Carstensens Tehandel is a tea company based in Aabenraa, Denmark. It has brick-and-mortar stores as well as selling tea online. It presents itself as having the largest tea selection in Northern Europe.

Although their website presents an "English" option, most of it is not translated and only readable in Danish.

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Mr Bamsen
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82 / 100

Tante Gul (Nr. 768)

Style: Miscellaneous Blend – Region: ?????
Jun. 22nd, 2020

Half-litre pot at home, made from a mixture of yellow tea leaves and dried goji berries and small pieces of dried mango. Pours clear olive green with no sediment. Clear aroma of mango and berries, with touches of yellow tea. Sweetish flavour of mango, with dryish notes of goji berries and bitterish touches of yellow te...

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80 / 100
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Strong Lemon (Nr. 152)

Style: Lemon Black Tea – Region: Blend
Jun. 22nd, 2020

Half-litre pot at home, made from a mixture of a blend of black tea leaves and small pieces of dried lemon and lemon peel. Pours slightly hazy copper brown (against white china) with no sediment. Intense aroma of lemon, with notes of black tea. Bitter flavour of black tea leaves, with intense but not aggressive notes o...

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80 / 100
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Sweet Orange (Nr. 166)

Style: Fruit Black Tea – Region: Blend
Jun. 22nd, 2020

Half-litre pot at home, made from black tea leaves and small pieces of dried orange peel. Pours nearly clear orangeish brown (against white china) with no sediment. Clear aroma of orange, with touches of black tea. The flavour is quite the reverse, with the bitter black tea notes being dominant and the sweetish and dry...

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72 / 100
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Aloha Hvid Te (Nr. 1017)

Style: Fruit White Tea – Region: Blend
Jun. 22nd, 2020

Half-litre pot at home, made from a mixture of white Pai Mu Tan tea leaves, pieces of apple and caramelised pomelo, pomelo peel, aloe vera, as well as purple berries, pomegranate seeds and cornflower. Pours nearly clear greyish olive straw (against white china) with no sediment. Clear aroma of pomelo and white tea, wit...

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65 / 100

Candyfloss (Nr. 345)

Style: Flavored Green Tea – Region: Blend
Jun. 22nd, 2020

Cup at home, made from leaves of green tea and what looks like tiny pieces of liquorice root and caramelised apple, cinnamon - the loose blend emits a sweet scent. Pours slightly hazy olive green (against white china) with a small layer of sediment (I used a sieve, not a filter). Clear aroma of green tea leaves, with n...

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Hvid Mango Te (Nr. 448)

Style:Flavored White Tea
Region:Blend
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
1 Rating
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Sov Godt (Nr. 260)

Style:Wellness Tea / Medicinal Tea
Region:?????
Caffeine:Caffeine Free
Leaf:Loose
1 Rating
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Pu Erh 15 Års Lagret (Nr. 914)

Style:Raw (Sheng) Pu-erh
Region:China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Compressed
1 Rating
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Sencha KKH5 (Nr. 207)

Style:Sencha
Region:Japan
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
1 Rating
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Ya Bao (Nr. 208)

Style:Moonlight White
Region:Yunnan, China
Caffeine:Caffeinated
Leaf:Loose
1 Rating

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