The tea is said to be the most expensive in the royal family and a £5,000 bottle costs £2,400.
The prince’s tea is also a top seller on eBay.
The royal family’s tea at its most expensive – £6,000,000 – has not been found in the Royal Collection.
But the £2 million £5 million palace tea is now said to have “totally gone”.
The £2.6 million tea was bought by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at an auction in October.
The Duke and the Duchess of Sussex bought it from a private collection.
The Queen’s tea, which was bought in 2014, was sold in 2015.
The Duchess of Cornwall bought the tea from a group of Chinese collectors at an estate sale.
The tea was also auctioned off by Prince Harry in 2015 for £5.5 million.
The Prince of Wales bought a bottle of £6 million £2m Royal Royal Tea from a Chinese collector.
He said he bought it to celebrate his 50th birthday in 2017.
A spokeswoman for Buckingham Palace said: “We are pleased to confirm that the Royal Family’s tea will be sold at auction in March.”
BBC Radio 4’s Breakfast programme has been asked to review the Royal Tea.
We have had no official comment from Buckingham Palace or the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on this matter.
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