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Jay R  

User's reviews

  • Organic Pan-Fired Green

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    The toasty flavor is there, but almost unnoticeable

  • Lemon Ginger

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    Wayyyy too medicinal. Ginger tea is meant to be spicy and refreshing, not unbearably bitter

  • Iced Passion

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    The flavor is really nice, but I find the added sugar to be a bit much.

  • China Green Tips

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    One of tazo's better green teas. Not spectacular but also not flavorless as some of their green teas can tend to be.

  • Organic Earl Grey Noir

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    It's not exactly the same as a regular, traditional earl grey, but is otherwise quite inoffensive.

  • Glazed Lemon Loaf Herbal Tea

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    This line of tazo teas are mediocre at best. The lemon flavor is practically undetectable if steeped at recommended time/temp.

  • Passion

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    Really yummy as an iced tea! It's a bit like drinking hot koolaid otherwise

  • Chai Classic Latte

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    Tastes almost nothing like a real chai. Too sugary and barely any real tea flavor.

  • Chai Classic

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    Very strong ginger flavor, which is fine if you prefer that flavor above all others, but it can be overpowering if you like your chai to be more cinnamon-y.

  • Lemon Strawberry

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    This tea is honestly sort of..gross? It's almost too citrusy to be enjoyable.

  • Refresh Mint

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    Solid tea that doesn't pretend to be fancy. It is exactly what it says it is: minty.

  • Zen

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    After steeping at the recommended time and temperature, the tea is inoffensive, but also not special in any regard

  • Mixed Berries Cold Brewed

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    Black currant flavor overpowered all others in this tea

  • Cinnamon Express

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    Delicious as a latte. It has several notes of different spices that make it taste almost like chai. Perfect for the holidays.

  • Almond Sunset

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    This tea is trying to do too many things at once. There is no singular, unified flavor to be discerned, while also being a bit bland when brewed to package recommendations.

  • Roastaroma

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    Yummy and definitely better than a cup of coffee. My only gripe is that the allspice can be a bit overpowering, especially if not paired with milk.

  • Authentic Green

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    This tea is very light in flavor, almost too light. The white tea is very prone to burning, but when steeping at a lower temperature, it's difficult to pick out the green tea flavor.

  • Peppermint Peak

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    A more delicious version of DT's crummy Santa's Secret tea. Minty, sweet, and creamy, it takes milk well and has a very round flavor. Almost like drinking a pillow mint.

  • Sugar Cookie Sleigh Ride

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    One of my favorite seasonal teas. Might not taste like sugar cookie per se, but still sweet and moreish.

  • Honeybush Hazelnut

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    Absolutely delicious with milk and sugar, especially on a cold day!

  • Camomile, Honey & Vanilla

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    While in context, the flavor is expected, it's almost boring. I love a good chamomile tea, but the vanilla detracts from the overall flavor.

  • Winter Spice

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    This is truly Christmas-a-cup! All the flavors come together to make a sweet, but not overpowering, tea that feels super nostalgic.

  • Peppermint Cheer

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    Really delicious tea, especially without any sugar or honey. The vanilla and peppermint combination reminds me of peppermint bark.

  • French Vanilla Chai

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    Really scrummy as a base for a latte. Not too sweet or vanilla-y, and deep enough to still taste the spices underneath.

  • Thai Tea

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    This is not a traditional thai tea. It would be more accurate to label it "thai inspired" but even then, it doesn't hold up to expectations. Too sweet and not deep enough of a flavor.

  • 100% Pure Oolong

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    It's almost too nutty and rich to enjoy on its own. While I tend to prefer strong, robust teas, this one can turn bitter and gross very quickly.

  • Darjeeling

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    Very basic darjeeling tea wherein you can add your own flavors in order to improve the taste. Good to have in the pantry.

  • Sleepytime Classic

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    A favorite of mine for years. Minty and fruity, it's great to wind down with and delicious with a bit of sugar or honey.

  • Ultra Spice Chai

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    The original version isn't even worth my time when the ultra spice is around. The spices are balanced with one another while not being overpowering in the context of a proper chai with milk and sugar.

  • English Breakfast Extra Bold

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    Quite nutty and smooth, but a little weak if brewed per box recommendations. The tea is helped with the addition of milk and sugar.

  • Earl Grey

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    Not particularly spectacular. It is what it sets out to be: earl grey. The notes of bergamot come through well when steeped correctly.

  • Mint Magic

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    Solid mint tea. The chicory and cinnamon add a very subtle spice that make this tea perfect for cold, gloomy days.

  • Vanilla Bean Macaron

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    After numerous attempts to make this tea taste good, I've given up. It's practically flavorless if brewed per box recommendations and tastes like a whisper of black tea at +7 minutes.. not worth the money.