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Fruit Herbal Blend
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Cranberry, Fruit Punch, Orange, Cinnamon, Hibiscus, Licorice, Orange Zest, Rosehips, Berries, Citrusy, Bitter, Lemon, Sour, Tart, Berry, Fruity, Red Fruits, Spices, Blackberry, Lemongrass, Raspberry, Herbaceous, Floral
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195 °F / 90 °C 4 min, 30 sec 9 g 66 oz / 1945 ml

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  • “…and for the last of the lemon squares, this mixed w a sachet of Tazo Vanilla rooibos. I was concerned that the sweet/tart flavor was going to be a bit much with the lemon squares which have their...” Read full tasting note
  • “I just needed to stop in and give the “number” a nod and a boost. I had this again at my Auntie’s for Thanksgiving. I first had given it a lower rating based on the fact the resteep is not really...” Read full tasting note
  • “Yet another tea from the GCTTB. Ok this is tart – I think I’ve been craving tart all evening and just not finding it. This is tart tropical fruits. I like it – ok I really like it – or I’m just...” Read full tasting note
  • “Sipdown, 172. Hot, unsweetened hibiscus? No thanks. But cold, lightly sweetened hibiscus (with some spices and a few other fruits that don’t do a ton in this but are slightly there)? Pretty yummy....” Read full tasting note

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Tazo teas are made from the most extraordinary teas and herbs found anywhere, and they’re blended with an artistry that borders on magical. Tazo Passion is a tantalizing, incredibly bold fusion of exotic botanicals and tropical flowers. Its distinctive flavor is like nothing else on earth. 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.

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213 Tasting Notes

10 tasting notes

Great pick-me-up. The nice thing about this tea is that it tastes good even after it’s turned lukewarm, making it a nice thing to have by your side while reading/using the computer.

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8 tasting notes

This tea reminds me so much of the rosa de jamaica that I drank while in Guatemala (served cold, with lots o’ honey!). But its also a very nice tea to drink hot; Tazo Passion was a staple when getting together with my girlfriends at night to catch up on our day. We called it “hot, sweet Passion”. It’s best if its sweetened, otherwise, it’s a little too bitter.

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9 tasting notes

A great tasting, fun tea from Tazo. Great for a summer evening just laying around the back porch. As others have mentioned: it’s fairly sweet, but not enough to make you dislike it.

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12 tasting notes

Makes perfect hibiscus iced tea. Delicious and refreshing.

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29 tasting notes

This is a very red tea, almost like red wine in color. Reminds me of sweet and sour sauce for dipping chicken nuggets into, both in color and flavor. Hot is very sour. Room temperature is drinkable, but like room temp cranberry juice. Cold is fabulous, though not thirst-quenching.

Flavors: Cranberry, Fruit Punch, Orange

Boiling 3 min, 30 sec 2 tsp 10 OZ / 295 ML

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32 tasting notes

Several months ago my husband and I rented a garage downstairs from our apartment for the extra space. “Think of all the room we’ll have!” we kept saying. For months all that was in this garage was…….a bike. The garage had been empty for a while and badly needed de-spidering. My husband and I are both not fans of spiders. Why we chose to do it on a hot sunny day I can’t imagine. It was disgusting and dusty and spidery but its done now and we sprayed the corners with spider spray and then I sprayed everything generously with peppermint oil and water just to make sure the spiders get the hint. Now everything that is down there is staying forever because we can’t trust it not to have spiders on it. It’s the Goodwill waiting room.

Point is, it was hot and hot weather calls for BEVERAGES. I love BEVERAGES. I’m a huge fan of BEVERAGES. I like water, I like tea, I like coffee, I like hot chocolate, I like iced ones of those things, lemonades, limades, I try to stay away from soda unless there’s rum in it but you get the point, I’m well hydrated.

I love hibiscus tea. I’ve been drinking it for a long time and I’ve been drinking Passion tea for a long time. At Starbucks you could get it mixed it with lemonade, and eventually I started drinking it without lemonade, and then eventually I was drinking “real” tea and I didn’t have it much anymore.

Then we went to Mexico and the ubiquitous iced beverage of choice was Te Jamaica (“ha-MY-cah”), which is just hibiscus tea. At ElNicho restaurant in Puerto Morelos it was served with a mound of hibiscus and sliced cranberries in the bottom which was extra tasty and tasted just like Cranapple juice to me. So I kind of got a taste for it and I wanted some more.

I started a bad habit. A Starbucks opened near my house and it’s pretty quiet at about the time I leave for work in the mornings. My husband makes me drip coffee that I drink in the car in my Las Vegas tumbler, but I’ve started starting also stopping for a venti iced half-sweet Passion tea that I drink when I get to work.

Let’s be straight about hibiscus tea for a second. It’s pretty much Kool-Aid. If you throw a little sweetener in it and give it to a kid who is familiar with Kool-Aid, they will confirm for you that it is tasty Kool-Aid.

This Tazo stuff is also tasty Kool-Aid but it’s got a couple frills that make it taste a little bit sophisticated. The rose hips are tart and put a kibosh on the cranberry sweetness hibiscus has. The orange brightens it up. There’s a teensy bit of cinnamon that gives it a little depth and spice. It’s still Kool-Aid but it’s grown-up Kool-Aid.

My husband and I have been keeping a pitcher of it in the fridge since we got back from Mexico. I don’t make it very sweet, I boil up a cup of water and pour it over two bags with a little sugar and then leave it in there until its good and dark and then I pour it into the pitcher and fill it up. The pitcher has an infuser so I leave the bags in there overnight for some extra flavor. If you leave it unsweet it will be a little tart and dry but still good. A little sugar, refreshing with a little zing. Lots of sugar, grown-up Kool-Aid.

Flavors: Cinnamon, Hibiscus, Licorice, Orange Zest, Rosehips

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This note was the note of humor I needed after a busy day! De-spidering sounds like a valiant effort, I’m glad you survived ;)

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4 tasting notes

Excellent berry-like, tart, and fruity flavor. No hint of bitterness or astringency.

Flavors: Berries, Citrusy, Hibiscus, Licorice

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My friend hates this tea and so I took a few teabags home with me to help her out because she has a whole box. Anyway, I prwviously gave this a rating of 1/100 for its horrible hibiscus acidity and the way it stains my mugs and gravity steeper.

I tried it iced with sweetener and still found it way too sour to be something I would buy/pay for. It is REALLY sour even when steeped for a short period of time. The hibiscus sour steeps far faster than the other flavours, so there is no way around it. It’s redeeming factor is the interesting cinnamon and spices under the berry and hibiscus flower. Therefore, I’ve bumped the rating up to a 9.r

Flavors: Berry, Cinnamon, Fruity, Hibiscus, Lemon, Red Fruits, Sour, Spices, Tart


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10 tasting notes

This tea smells fruity, delicious, and a very pink color. Alas, to me it was sour….. I have no idea what I did wrong. All I tasted was the sour citric and nothing else. I am mostly a black tea drinker, which might be why I haven’t found a good herbal tea I enjoy. Maybe I will try mixing it and having it in the summer.

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