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drank Apricot Vanilla Creme by Tazo
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I picked up a box of the white enveloped filter bags of Tazo Apricot Vanilla Creme a while back. Today is the day to find out how they taste!

The dried filter bag smelled scarily like blue cheese, so I got off to a bad start, fairly pessimistic about what the brew would be like. Fortunately, it tasted fine. The liquor was a bit cloudy, and yellower than the loose leaf organic version of this tea from Tazo, but the taste was similar, if a bit less clear and distinct.

it tastes okay for a quick fruity filter bag tea. Nothing to cry about when this one is discontinued.

(Blazing New Rating #44)

Flavors: Fruity

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C 3 min, 0 sec 2 g 9 OZ / 266 ML
Terri HarpLady

The best part of this tea is the aroma :)

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Terri HarpLady

The best part of this tea is the aroma :)

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Update: 28 September 2014.

I am officially going on strike. You have lost another contributor, Steepster. Two months is too long to endure total site dysfunctionality. I’ll be writing about tea-related matters at a new blog, sherapop’s tea leaves, from here on out. I cannot waste any more time here.

Désolée.
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