Tazo Rest Herbal Infusion

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Herbal Tea
Flower Petals, Geranium Oil, Ginger, Lavender, Lemon Balm, Lemon Verbena, Licorice Root, Orange Oil, Rose Petals, Valerian Root
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200 °F / 93 °C 5 min, 45 sec 3 g 12 oz / 355 ml

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A Lulling Blend of Rose Petals, Valerian Root & Citrusy Herbs. A wise man once said, “To be still sometimes requires great effort.” For a path of less resistance, unwind with a well-steeped cup of Tazo Rest. Fragrant rose petals and lavender mingle with calming lemon balm, lemon myrtle and soothing valerian in a delicate, aromatic blend to which eyelids willingly succumb. Did You Know? There were many discoverers of the resting effects of valerian root. Most of them, however, slept right through their alarm clocks and missed publishing their findings. Tazo happens when one combines amazingly flavorful teas with a fertile imagination and some other good things from nature.

Tazo lists ingredients as: Lemon balm, rose petals, honeybush, orange peel, lemon myrtle, lemon verbena, licorice root, lavender, valerian root, natural flavors, ginger, orange essence oil and Chinese geranium oil.

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55 Tasting Notes

1 tasting notes

I think I may have found my new favorite tea from Tazo. I stumbled upon this tea at the local Target isle and what stood out the most were the graphics on the box. I kid you not, the first thing that came to my mind upon drinking this was that this must be what unicorn piss tastes like. The blend of lemon notes, rose petals, and valerian root seem to fuse together to create a deliciously harmonious balance. Also the fact that there’s no caffeine present means you can drink as many cups of it as you want and won’t have to worry about the after effects of too much caffeine. Bravo Tazo. You made a spectacular tea that I’ll definitely be buying from now on.

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16 tasting notes

I really, really wanted to like this tea, but I have a hard time getting it down. I love how it smells and I love the idea of it, but something about the after taste just isn’t quite right.

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8 tasting notes

The trick with this tea, in order to make it taste good you have t steep it in less than boiling water, otherwise you’ll get that raw sewage taste from the Vlerian I’m guessing. It makes me sleepy.

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Tazo Rest has a slightly sweet and mellow flavor. This blend is not acidic like many herbal teas that are caffeine free and described as citrisy. Chamomile tea has never had a relaxing or sedative effect on me. Plus, I find the chamomile flavor deadly dull. I’ve had a difficult time finding this tea and read this flavor has been disconinued.

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6 tasting notes

Soothing, smooth flavor. Gently floral, not overpowering even though I walked away and forgot about it as it steeped. I mostly taste rose, lemon, and the smallest hint of orangey licorice. It’s deliciously delicate & after a sip or two I feel rather dozy. Perfect for unwinding before bed!

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15 tasting notes

i was really intrigued by tazo rest, as it combines rose, one of my favs, and valerian, a sleep aid. i’m always on the look out for something to help me unwind.

this tisane fell a little short. i think the smell is its biggest asset, which was a lovely, clean rose aroma. the taste left something to be desired, however. i prefer a thicker, full-bodied taste, and this was very bland, no matter how long i steeped it. i felt like i was drinking floral water. it’s not bad, but definitely not something i’d reach for if something else was available.

as far as it’s calming effects, eh, not really. the smell does make you feel a little more comfy, but nothing a good chamomile can’t provide.

this being said, i believe the main calming component is the valerian, which has never worked very well for me. from reading other reviews valerian seems to work like a dream for some people, so if you have no experience with it, you might want to give it a try (although, if you’re looking for something with valerian, i’d probably try something like sleepytime extra first). but if you’re like me and valerian and chamomile don’t seem to cut it, try something with kava or tulsi in it.

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2 tasting notes

I’ve had a hard time finding a good bedtime tea because they all have chamomile in them and I’m allergic to chamomile. I’ve really been enjoying this herbal infusion- it tastes good and is nice and relaxing. My kids also really love it.

3 min, 45 sec

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1 tasting notes

I have had trouble going to sleep, and read Rest has Valerian Root, so I decided to give it a shot. It smells really flowery but it tastes pretty good after a splash of agave nectar. Now I shall see if I sleep better tonight.

195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec

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1 tasting notes

This is a beautiful tea, I read the ingredient list and had to try it. Very glad I did, I love roses and the valerian will help me to sleep. Pleased with the additional ingredients as well, very pleasant surprise.

180 °F / 82 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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69 tasting notes

To be fair, I have a sniffy nose and have had a slightly crappy day.
However, I’m not overly impressed with the slightly herbed-bread smell I’m getting from the tea. The lemon is definitely there. So is the heavy floral hit.
There’s a feet-y smell in my basement office, though, so that’s probably contributing to my overall experience.
It tastes much better than it smells. The flowers that were overpowering when I smelled it sort of turn into dancing little taste fish and flicker across my tongue. It’s got a pretty nice body to it, too. Not as full as a rooibos, but not without some weight.
This isn’t a tea I’d brew myself if I was thinking, “Gee, I could sure use a tea right now,” but it’s perfect for working in the evening.
A tea I can brew, sip and forget about.
But again: sniffy nose; crappy day.

200 °F / 93 °C 4 min, 0 sec

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