Tazo Assorted Tea Sampler, 24 Tea Bags Review

Tazo Assorted Tea Sampler, 24 Tea Bags

  • Includes a variety of 24 Tea Bags
  • Total of 8 teas to try
  • Three bags of each tea included
  • Sample all the popular Tazo Teas!
  • Enjoy anytime.
Relax and enjoy a steaming cup of tea. To add a touch of variety to your break choose one of these eight tea flavors: Awake, Calm, China Green Tips, Earl Grey, Passion, Refresh, Tazo Chai and Zen. Includes a variety of 24 Tea Bags.

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  • Relax and enjoy this delicious blend specifically formulated to help calm your mind and body
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6 Comments on “Tazo Assorted Tea Sampler, 24 Tea Bags Review
  1. 126 of 132 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Teas Overall, But Tazo Disappoints, September 15, 2006
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    O. Brown “Ms. O. Khannah-Brown” (Twopeas, WA) –
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    Tazo Assorted Black and Green Teas and Herbal Infusions includes one or two of each:

    AWAKE: plain ordinary black tea, a little bitter

    CALM: nice chamomile tea

    CHAI BLACK TEA: an okay chai black tea with caffeine

    CHINA GREEN TIPS: great green tea experience, Tazo’s best, no “natural flavorings”

    DECAFFEINATED CHAI: an okay chai black tea without caffeine

    EARL GREY BLACK TEA: a disappointing perfumy, intense, black tea experience

    LOTUS: decaf green tea with lotus flower, one of my favorite Tazo’s

    PASSION HERBAL INFUSION: hibiscus-y, intense, caffeine-free, and luxurious

    WILD SWEET ORANGE: orange herbal tea, some complex overtones perhaps

    ZEN: mild, relaxed green tea

    Their ingredients include: black tea, green tea, hibiscus flowers, chamomile flowers, lemongrass, citric acid, natural flavors, spearmint leaves, blackberry leaves, cinnamon, rooibos, ginger root, rose hips, orange peel, rose petals, licorice root, safflower, black pepper, lemon verbena leaves, cardamom, cloves, peppermint leaves, chicory, sarsaparilla root, lemon balm leaf, star anise, and red poppy flowers.

    Tazo is an interesting company that makes only super premium teas. They are socially responsible, based in Portland, and have the motto, “The Reincarnation of Tea”. Tazo is owned by Starbucks. Their web site is fun and quirky, with a Zen-type focus, definitely worth checking out. It is unclear, though, from their web site, how many of their ingredients are organic or kosher, and they do use some “natural flavors” in their teas–this wording seems a little vague for a super premium tea. In general I’m not a big fan of tea with flavorings added, preferring the subtleness and authentic taste of the real thing.

    Overall, the green teas seem good. The herbal infusions are fine. The black teas tend to turn bitter if you don’t brew them very briefly…even then they have bitter overtones. Tazo’s assortment, and Tazo teas in general, are fine—better than premium teas like Stash or Celestial Seasonings—but not anywhere near as good as Numi, or Aspen, or other super premium teas made with only “real” ingredients and minus all of the flavorings. I’m more used to these high quality teas, which Tazo attempts to be, but disappoints…so overall Tazo Assorted gets a 3.5 to a 4. For this review, I’m rounding up, since so many people seem to enjoy these teas, and I’m in the clear minority. If your tea experience so far is drinking commercial teas of a lower quality, no doubt Tazo’s teas will appeal to you, as they are a great improvement. They have a lot of variety and many interesting tea experiences. If you don’t enjoy Tazo’s teas, though, know that there are many, many teas made with all real ingredients, teas that cost only a fraction more, that may be just the thing you were looking for.

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  2. 28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    More like 3.5 stars, March 22, 2007
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    wenfei (Texas) –

    I agree with most points in Ms Brown’s review. I have to admit that Tazo always seemed to me to be just a marketing ploy to get us to pay more for regular tea. After trying this sampler, my opinion hasn’t been swayed much. However, the teas in this pack are quite pleasant and do seem to have more intense flavor compared to other commercial bagged teas. What impressed me was how quickly the Tazo infuses and how rich the colors are! The Passion tea makes a deep, beet-red infusion! This makes me wonder if Tazo is impregnating their leaves with food-coloring or other additives. If you open the packet of Earl Grey, you will see for yourself that the teabag itself is stained with a yellow coloring. The tea tastes good, but if you’re a tea purist, this may seem like cheating. I have no proof so I’ll leave it to you to decide. After a tasting you might not care afterall. Personally, I like the tea, but I don’t achieve Nirvana from it. :)

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  3. 42 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Tazo Experience, May 13, 2005
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    Rebecca of Amazon “The Rebecca Review” (The World of Amazon) –
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    My first Tazo experience included a box of interesting items from a friend and packets of Tazo Green Ginger tea, which was slightly bitter and delicious with orange blossom honey.

    This box of Assorted Teas:

    Awake – Keeps you very, very awake!
    Calm – Chamomile
    China Green Tips
    Earl Grey – Perfumed
    Tazo Chai – Spicy
    Passion – hibiscus flowers and orange for a calming blend
    Decaffeinated Tazo Chai
    Wild Sweet Orange – really delicious when blended with Lotus and poured over ice
    Lotus
    Zen – Nice alternative to black tea and has a lemon verbena,
    spearmint and lemongrass twist.

    The ingredients include: Black tea, green tea, hibiscus flowers, chamomile flowers, lemongrass, spearmint leaves, blackberry leaves, cinnamon, Rooibos, Gingerroot, rose hips, orange peel, rose petals, licorice root, safflowers, black pepper, lemon verbena leaves, cardamom, cloves, peppermint leaves, chicory, sarsaparilla root, lemon balm leaf, star anise and red poppy flowers.

    I use 16 ounces of water and two tea bags for each experience. When you drink these teas you can transcend reality for moments at a time and that is all the truth I need about these teas. Some of these teas even evoke a sense of wonder.

    Warning: HIGHLY ADDICTIVE TEAS. Once you taste these teas, you will want to try them all and forever be on a search for new Tazo teas. Fortunately they have enough tea blends to entertain you for years.

    ~The Rebecca Review

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  4. 103 of 107 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Relaxation without drowsiness., June 24, 2012
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    Gaia G. (NYC) –

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    This review is from: Yogi Honey Lavender Stress Relief Tea, 16 Tea Bags (Grocery)
    I suffer from anxiety almost constantly and am always looking for ways to ease my days a bit followed by ways to ease my already anxious stomach. Basically looking for both, relaxation and soothing my digestive. I have used Yogi teas for ages now! They should be in my medicine cabinet rather than my pantry. I’ve used Yogi Kava Kava Stress Relief and Bedtime – both are strong and will sleep you or make you really mellow unable to be social. I only take them when I am about to panic and trust me, they will ease you… to sleep lol. Calming and Relaxed Mind tea are good and more for taste and a light relaxation. Eh, can’t complain. But this one, THIS ONE has it all. Definitely for the mind (chamomile and lavender) and body (lemon balm, lemongrass, etc and of course the MINT). Don’t need to take two teas. This will sooth my nerves, NOT drowse me, calm any digestive disorder that might be present.

    Taste: Definitely the lavender comes in first but not overpowering like Relaxed Mind. Mellowed by the chamomile, mint with the “tail” being the honey? Not sweet though just sorta smells like honey. (Shhh! probably honeybush but they didn’t include it lol :X) Red tinted due to rooibos. Has that earthy-ness of rooibos too. Very beautiful tea. The combination dances well with one another, and we are talking about strong herbs here. Good job Yogi! Lately, Yogi’s been coming up with awesome new teas. Must be a new tea chef!

    I am buying two of these at a time till they go 6 pack and then I’ll stock up. I am drinking this every single day and am scare to run out. For this price? You just can’t go wrong. I KNOW I won’t find this in stores just yet as it’s a new tea. I had low expectations for it’s job, but for my surprise, it taste like it says and does what it suppose to do… relief my stress.

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  5. 31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Tea that will make you say woosah, December 10, 2013
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    K. Summerhill
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    This review is from: Yogi Honey Lavender Stress Relief Tea, 16 Tea Bags (Grocery)
    Best tea ever! The first time that I drank this tea I was hit by a wave of peace and tranquility and every cup since has delivered the same effect.

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  6. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Lovely taste and smell., May 25, 2013
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    D. A. Mitzi (New York) –
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    This review is from: Yogi Honey Lavender Stress Relief Tea, 16 Tea Bags (Grocery)
    Tastes full and creamy and smells just as nice. Use it for my daughter when she’s doing homework…helps her to relax better.

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