Green tea + Jasmine + vanilla + citrus. Best served hot. A nice aroma. This is my new go-to comfort tea. I’ve had it poured over ice and hot, but I think it is best hot. Sometimes I will add a touch of honey.
12 Tasting Notes
Tazo “Passion” is the color of a Bordeaux and has a floral aroma.
When sipping this tea, the tartness of the lemongrass is the first taste that hits the tongue, followed by the sweet cinnamon flavor. It’s a bit disconcerting, so I thought I would add some sugar or honey to round the flavor out. This turned the tea into something more like warm juice.
I haven’t had many fruit teas, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. The first thing I noticed was the sweet peach aroma.
When I actually tasted the tea it was more like black tea with a hint of peach. Overall, I enjoyed it for not being overwhelming, but a little more peach flavoring wouldn’t hurt.
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I tasted the cloves and cinnamon, which reminded me of Christmas candles.
It was a little overwhelming.
Stronger than the average decaf tea, but delicious. Floral and a touch of bitterness make this tea very smooth and soothing.
I added a dash of sugar for my sweet tooth, but this is certainly not required.
Very sweet and tasty, but I burned my tongue because I suck.
I’m undecided on this one. It has quite a few different flavors.
A bit too strong and bitter for me.
The fragrance of this tea is divine. It reminds me of blooming jasmine on a hot summer night.
I tried this tea at a restaurant, so I am not sure if this is the right brand.
This is the tea I drink when I want to unwind. Caffeine free status makes it the perfect before bed tea.