Tazo Zero Calorie Passion

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  • “I had a coupon for this so I picked one up from Whole Foods. I thought it would taste like the Tazo Passion tea you get from Starbucks (which I do not like!) but, it doesn't...at all! I actually...” Read full tasting note
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A lovely blend of exotic hibiscus flowers, natural flavors of mango and passion fruit, lemongrass and tart rose hips. This exotic herbal infusion leaves your spirit feeling rejuvenated and your thirst quenched. Some have also reported an ability to dance the mambo. (caffeine free)

Ingredients: An infusion of (water, hibiscus flowers, natural flavor, citric acid, licorice, orange peel, cinnamon, rose hips, lemongrass and fruit juice extract for color), erythritol, natural flavors, citric acid, reb A (derived from the stevia plant).

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I had a coupon for this so I picked one up from Whole Foods. I thought it would taste like the Tazo Passion tea you get from Starbucks (which I do not like!) but, it doesn’t…at all! I actually can tolerate this one except that it is TOO SWEET! I managed to get about 4 sips from the bottle before I put it back in the fridge for another time. My fiancee tried it and he said it tasted like a bottle of flowers hehe (he’s not a tea drinker to begin with), but he was pretty much right. It is a very floral tea, but not perfumey…. I liked it aside from being too sweet for my tastes.

Cofftea

An idea on how to remedy the too sweet issue… cold matcha! You could even make passion iced tea matcha lemonade. Just add lemon juice and matcha (1tsp matcha for every 6-8oz tisane)- no need to add extra sugar due to the stevia. It’s good (for you) that it doesn’t taste like the one you get instore… but shouldn’t it?

-Jessica-

Well it says on the bottle “with the addition of hibiscus and rose hips” so I guess that’s why it is different and tastes better to me =)~

I’m scared to mix matcha with anything other than milk or water LOL

Cofftea

Haha why? I’m just as terrified/mortified to add dairy:)

-Jessica-

Hahaha that’s funny! I love an iced matcha latte! yummmm!

Cofftea

You should take a chance though- flavored water/lemonade is the only way I like cold matcha.

Cofftea

Jessica, turns out both have hibiscus and rosehips- from the discription of the bagged version “One sip of Tazo Passion brings a luscious explosion of flavorful hibiscus, subtle citrus, tart rose hips, and a kiss of mango and passion fruit.”

-Jessica-

Weird!!! It doesn’t taste like the one I am served at Starbucks…maybe it’s the Stevia changing up the taste?! Hmmmmm insteresting!

Cofftea

You’re asking the wrong person cuz I think sweeteners do horrible, evil, sinful, immoral, and illegal things to the flavor of innocent tea. Hehe that’s just me though;)

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