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Tazo Wild Sweet Orange Tea 20ct Box

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4.5 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews
About the Product
  • 24 filter bags per box
  • Caffiene free

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A global flavor, Tazo Wild Sweet Orange Tea combines flavors from Europe, South America, and the Pacific Northwest to make its natural flavored tea. Made with real orange essence, Tazo Wild Sweet Orange Tea is blended with just the right amount of herbs and citrus to make the best cup of tea.

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  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0000DBN2I
  • UPC: 796549708193 798527093369
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,248 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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It's wintertime and there's nothing better than a hot cup of tea on a cold winter's day. Tazo's "Wild Sweet Orange" has been a favorite tea of mine for almost 10 years now. I first got a sip of Tazo when we lived in Portland, OR and I learned from the natives that a hot cup of tea from a local vendor was better than a pair of gloves to keep you warm. I still love "Wild Sweet Orange" especially with just a hint of cinnamon to pick up the flavor.
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Tazo's Wild Sweet Orange Herbal Infusion is a nice orange herbal tea. It contains lemongrass, blackberry leaves, citric acid, rose hips, spearmint leaves, natural flavors, orange peel, safflowers, hibiscus flowers, rose petals, natural orange essence, ginger root and licorice root. It is not sweet, very fruity, and not subtle at all, a wonderful tea if you enjoy orangey teas.

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.

On the paper tea packet, Tazo writes, "a lively blend of sweet citrus herbs and orange essences. Sweet, yet tart, this is a cup of liquid sunshine, radiating multi-layered orange flavors with exotic hints of spice and a distinctive floral finish. Wild, indeed." On their web site, Tazo describes the flavor profile of Wild Sweet Orange as "tart, sweet, smooth, licorice". Tazo describes the aroma as "oranges, roses, lime". This is pretty accurate, although the words give hope that the taste of the tea never quite approaches.

I would rate this tea, and Tazo in general, as good---better than premium teas like Stash or Celestial Seasonings---but not as good as Numi. I'm soooooo spoiled by Numi teas, which is why Tazo Wild Sweet Orange gets only four stars.

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There are three broad categories of herbal tea that I rely on throughout the Fall, Winter, and early Spring:

1) Citrus and lemongrass
2) Rose hips and hibiscus
3) Chamomile

For me, Tazo has held first place in each of these categories for the last several years. This is no small feat - I'm cutthroat when it comes to my tea collection! Wild Sweet Orange is by far the best citrus and lemongrass tea I have ever had.

For those of you who have never tried it, do not be mislead by the name. It is extremely tart and not at all sweet. I happen to love tart, fruity herbal teas and this recipe is so closely tuned to my tastes I could swear that the good people at Tazo had consulted a sample of my DNA during the design process.

I actually never expected to like it, since I don't drink orange-flavored teas as a rule; they're generally too sweet and mellow for my tastes. I ended up with my first cup of Wild Sweet Orange due to a mix-up at the store a few years back and it absolutely blew my mind. The flavor profile is complex and I never get tired of drinking it.

If you like tart, fruity, teas then put down that cup of Lemon Zinger and give Wild Sweet Orange a try.
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I am simply wild about Tazo Wild Sweet Orange Tea. This herbal tea is so good. Granted, you don't have the seeds to spit out afterwards (like you would if you were eating an actual orange) but details, details, details! This is a great tea to have on hand for guests and is great when served with biscuits. I am thinking any plain butter cookie, so it compliments the flavor of the tea. The ingredients, for the discriminating tea sipper are: lemongrass, blackberry leaves, rosehips, spearmint, orange essence -- and other herbs, spices and natural flavors. All of these flavors go so well together. You won't be disappointed.
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Normally I hate yucky flowery herbs like hibiscus and rosehips and mint in my tea (such as Celestial Seasonings Tea) but one day while at Starbuck's, I was hot and wanted an iced drink but not coffee and since I'm really a tea drinker, I tried their Tazo iced teas and they tasted SOOOOO good with just the purrrrfect balance of just enough herbs but still letting your senses know it was still TEA and the orange with mint fragrance/taste comes out boldly!! The heated tea is nicely turned immediately, boldly, vividly, orange in color. I don't need to add much sweetener even as it's tart but its tartness gives it more taste.

The only drawbacks are its high price (compared to other teas which is why I'm always waiting for a sale on them) and having to wait to heat the water and waiting to cool it down in the refrigerator (or quickly in the freezer). It's true as another reviewer said that it's very strong in taste after just leaving it in hot water for a few seconds so the longer you leave it in, the stronger and bitter or more tart it becomes and you could really be frugal and only need a tea bag for a half gallon to a gallon of water. Adding ice helps dilute the taste as well as cool the tea down fast and cold, but I like my iced tea strong so i can taste its full flavor, so I try never to add ice.

It's a delight as an everyday iced tea as well as a great gift for a friend.
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