60 Tasting Notes
Just burned my tongue drinking a combo of one bag of this and one bag of tazo chai, just thought I’d share…the combo tastes good, despite my pain!
So good with Silk vanilla creamer, and most of the time I leave the bag in when I drink it. Sometimes I really want a strong cup so I use 2 of the bags and leave them in.
Two bags of this with 7 oz water in my travel mug. I have no idea what temp the water is, as I still haven’t invested in a thermometer let alone any tea gadgets beyond a tea ball. So sad. Anyways, I add a splash of Silk French Vanilla coffee creamer and drink in the awesomeness. I love chai. I want to try many more chais, but I plan on keeping this one unless something that DOESN’T take half my paycheck turns out to taste better and knocks the Tazo off it’s high horse. It’s not as good as the local coffee shop’s Chai, but I’m PRETTY sure it’s about a million calories less too, so I’ll take it.
Two boxes of twenty bags for five bucks. Almost out of the Tazo organic chai. Been drinking the tazo chai all week and I am drinking the twinnings now. The cinnamon is overpowering everything else, so I am a bit disappointed. Don’t get me wrong, I really like cinnamon, but I want chai right now and I’m getting red hots. You know, the cinnamon candy? Oh well, it’s still tasty and I will be getting my Necessiteas samples next week, so until then-bring on the red hots!
Yet another green tea that is taking up real estate in my cupboard…bitter, dry, lifeless.
It was good while it was steaming hot, had to dump it after it cooled down. Glad this was given to me because it would have been a sad waste of tea money.
It’s ok, the raisin-y flavor is a bit too much for me, and I oversteeped the &@$! out of it so the stomachache it gave me is what I get for being too lazy to take the bag out of my thermos before drinking it! I won’t buy this again but I will finish the tin or swap a handful of bags. I really am trying to not hate green tea!
Curse you, Tazo Sampler! I mixed one bag of this with one bag of Awake so I could tolerate it, but it’s definitely not winning my vote.
I used to love this tea, and I still really like it, but I don’t go through a box as quickly now when there are so many other teas just waiting for me to give them a try. I agree with Auggy that there is somethingy cinnamon-y about it, but it seems to only get bothersome if I over-steep it.
I don’t like green tea much, the dry bitterness just always seems to come through and I can’t get past it, but this blend helps me tolerate it so I can get the green tea benefits without too much wincing.