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The Tazo Tea company makes a wide variety of flavors and types of tea. We’ve tried a lot of what Tazo has to offer, and there are certain flavors that stand out. Either they’re just a nice take on a classic, or a unique twist with Tazo’s own stamp on it.
Here are the best flavors of Tazo
Some of these teas are great to have in the morning, some are best served on ice, and some are perfect before bed. We’ve broken them all down below, but the best advice is to just choose the ones that sound the tastiest – you would be hard pressed to find one that isn’t delicious.
5. Tazo Flavor: Refresh Mint Herbal Tea
This caffeine-free mint tea is great before bed. Made up of spearmint and peppermint, and just a touch of terragon to round things out, this is a delightful herbal blend. It’s especially nice if you’re feeling particularly stuffy.
4. Organic Peachy Green Tazo Tea
This green Tazo tea has a medium level of caffeine, and combines a number of different types of tea and flavors for a delicious blend. Notes of peace flavor and cucumber are rounded out with a blend of green and black teas.
3. Tazo Tea Flavor: Passion
This tea is great both warm and cold, but it shines when served over ice. Even without adding any sugars or sweeteners, there’s almost a natural sweetness, an icy cup of this passion tea on a hot day is incredibly refreshing, and won’t leave you crashing or feeling gross later like a soda.
You can even add some club soda (1:1 ratio after you’ve brewed and iced the tea.)
The unique flavor comes from lemongrass, hibiscus tea, and rose hips. You’ll also notice the orange peel and passion fruit. Simply wonderful!
2. Zen Green Tea
Here’s another Tazo Tea flavor which combines a nice green tea, spearmint, and lemongrass. Three great flavors, and they go together very nicely. This is another good option for making iced tea, if you’re into that sort of thing.
1. Wild Sweet Orange Herbal Tea
We are big supporters of orange flavored tea becuase it’s just delicious. In this blended herbal tea, which has no caffeine, you’ll also find licorice root, citrus herbs, and lemongrass along with the signature flavors of orange peel. Voila!
There’s a lot going on here, and they all meld together wonderfully. Here’s a look at the full list of ingredients: lemongrass, blackberry leaves, citric acid, rose hips, spearmint leaves, color (turmeric, riboflavin), orange peel, hibiscus flowers, natural flavor, rose petals, natural orange essence, ginger root, licorice root, licorice extract.
That’s a mouthful, and this orangy Tazo tea flavor is a mouthful is yum.
Which is best for making Tazo iced tea?
If you want to make iced tea, you can really use any of these, whichever flavor appeals to you the most. Having said that, milder-flavored options like white teas aren’t always the best option, and we love to use fruitier flavor-packed teas for making Tazo iced tea.