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Tazo® Passion Iced Tea, Filter Bags (24-pc.)

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Passion Iced Tea (24-pc.)
  • A refreshing blend of premium black teas. Each filterbag brews one gallon of iced tea, package contains 24 filterbags.
  • Tasting Notes: Juicy berry, wine-like, earthy
  • Enjoy this with: A slice of banana bread and a spot in the shade.
  • The authentic tea used in Starbucks stores

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Product Description

Flavor: Passion Iced Tea (24-pc.)

Tazo® Iced Passion® Tea is a tantalizing, deep red infusion of hibiscus flowers, lemongrass, papaya, mango and passion fruit essence. Full of juicy tartness, this bold herbal blend of iced tea quenches your thirst and satisfies your desire for flavor. Now you can enjoy our exclusive Tazo® Iced Passion® Tea at home or work. Each of the 24 large filterbags brews a gallon of tea. It's simple to make great iced tea. Place one filterbag in a pitcher or other half-gallon container. Fill container with hot water from coffee maker. Allow to steep for 5 minutes, gently squeeze bag and remove. Pour hot tea concentrate into three quarts cold water and serve over ice. Always store iced tea at room temperature and serve over ice. Dispose of any unused tea at the end of the day.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 6.8 x 6.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • ASIN: B004KND0HS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,406 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By George Rogol on April 29, 2012
Flavor Name: Black Iced Tea (20-pc.) Verified Purchase
If you liked Tazo Black Iced Tea in the past - you may not like it anymore. My wife and I have been buying Tazo's Black Iced Tea for several years. It was the best iced tea we ever found, and we enjoyed it immensely. Recently we ordered two more boxes from Starbuck's through Amazon. When we brewed the first bag, something wasn't right. The taste was bland, not at all like every other time we had it. We tried a second bag, and it was bland as well. VERY disappointing. My wife Googled and found on another web site that Tazo changed the formulation of its Black Iced Tea. It is a flop in our opinion.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SmallTownLady on October 8, 2012
Flavor Name: Black Iced Tea (20-pc.) Verified Purchase
Since the formula change, this tea is nothing special. For many years, I have been addicted to Starbucks Black Iced Tea. I live in a little town in the midwest that doesn't even have a Starbucks, but I have a gold Starbucks card. I would check every route when travelling to plan stops for this iced tea. I have purchased the quart sized bags from Starbucks and Target when available and ordered the gallon bags when that was my only option to brew this tea daily. I started noticing a change when I was in South Carolina in March, 2012. I thought maybe southerners just have a different tea preference. I then noticed it in Nashville over the summer. Since I spend time regularly in Nashville, I knew a change was on the way. The tea has lost its crispness and citrus finish. It seems Starbucks has purchased Tazo from Steven Smith and decided to change it. I hate to think it was to make more money with a cheaper blend, but I haven't been able to find another reason. Given the fact that I was paying over $3.00 per Trenta, I can't imagine the mark up was unfair to them no matter what the cost of the original tea. By buying Tazo, Starbucks cut out the middle man to make way for more profits, then made major change. Couldn't it just have started its own tea brand? It has lost a loyal customer in me (and many transfers from my bank account to the Starbucks card). If you are loyal to taste rather than brand, start your search for a new tea. I have started my search with the former owner of Tazo who has opened a new business. Maybe the old formula will come back before we find something we like better.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By KeepItReal on July 16, 2012
Flavor Name: Black Iced Tea (20-pc.)
It took a while to understand why none of the Starbucks stores could make a good glass anymore until I realized they changed the recipe. Now the mail order bags have also been changed and it is no longer that great Tazo tea anymore. So disappointed.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By L. Hodge on November 17, 2012
Flavor Name: Black Iced Tea (20-pc.)
Very disappointed in the new Iced Black Tea. Crisp, refreshing, citrus undertones have been replaced with a musty, bland, and completely off-putting flavor. This favorite tea has slowly been going away for more than a year, first in quart size bags, then brewed in Starbucks stores and now even the gallon size bags have been replaced with the new formula. Sadly, I have cancelled my automatic delivery and no longer look forward to stopping by a Starbucks store for a Trenta (or Venti), Iced, Black tea, no water, no sweetener. Hopefully, the Powers That Be at Starbucks will take the honest reviews to heart and rethink replacing a superb and unique product with one that is less than average. On a positive note, I have discovered that a mix of three parts Tazo Awake to one part Tazo Earl Grey will duplicate the old Iced Black tea with the citrus notes that we all dearly loved.
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Barbara Fay on July 25, 2011
Flavor Name: Passion Iced Tea (24-pc.) Verified Purchase
I love Iced Tea & always have two half-gallon bottles of tea in the fridge. I use Luminarc Quadro 2-Liter Glass Pitcher with Lid. My favorites are Newman's Own Organic Tea, 4.95-Ounce Packages (Pack of 6) & Davidson's Tea Bulk, Moroccan Green with Mint, 16-Ounce Bag which I brew in a Swissgold TF 200 Tea Ball. So yes, I am a Major Tea Lover. I ordered the Passion Tea, based on the reviews. It seemed expensive, but after using it for the past ten days, I am very impressed. It is refreshing & easy to brew. Be prepared for a packaging surprise; it arrived in a plain brown commercial box, the same one they send to the stores. Easy to prepare after the first batch.

I like to have tea ready to go, so I fill my6-pack of Aquasana 18 Oz. Glass Bottlesand season my tea withNellie & Joe's Famous Key LEMON Juice, The Original- 16 oz and sip through a Zak Reusable Polycarbonate Stripe Straws - Set of 12 which I keep clean with a
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By tierneymarie on December 14, 2011
Flavor Name: Passion Iced Tea (24-pc.) Verified Purchase
We LOVE Starbucks' Tazo passion iced tea, and having a pitcher of it at home in the fridge is terrific. They have directions on the side of the box, which is helpful, but I like to steep it a little longer than the directions say (7-10 minutes instead of 5). I add 1/3 cup splenda/sugar blend to the pitcher and it's just as good as getting it at Starbucks--my husband says it's even better. The directions also say to leave it out and then throw it out at the end of the day but once it cools to room temperature we stick it in the fridge and enjoy it all week.
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