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    Tazo - Black Tea Organic Darjeeling - 20 Tea Bags

    A refined tea with floral and nutty notes.

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    Tazo - Black Tea Organic Darjeeling - 20 Tea Bags

    • Code#:68912
    • Manufacturer:Tazo
    • Size/Form:20  Tea Bags
    • Packaged Ship Weight:0.25
    • Servings:20
    • Dosage Size:1  Tea Bag(s)

    Tazo Organic Darjeeling All Natural Black Tea

    Tazo Organic Darjeeling All Natural Black Tea has exotic floral and nutty notes with a pungent fresh flavor, capturing the essence of the Himalayas. Tazo Organic Darjeeling All Natural Black Tea is carefully blended from the leaves of several Darjeeling suppliers. Tazo Organic Darjeeling All Natural Black Tea can be served all day long and is best enjoyed with hearty flavorful foods. Tazo was created for one purpose: to reinvent tea and the tea experience. Tazo's experienced and creative tea masters use only premium quality ingredients, yielding teas that are bold and extremely flavorful. In addition, Tazo uses 30% to 40% more tea per filterbag than other brands, filling even the largest cup with unique and distinctive flavors and aromas. Tazo also uses no dust (tiny tea leaf particles) to fill its filterbags - just broken leaf pieces and fannings.

    What Is Tazo?

    To most people, Tazo is simply a wonderfully delicious beverage that begins when the world's finest teas are blended with extraordinary imagination. Modern tea scholars believe the original Tazo formulas can still be seen on the Tazo Stone, which was uncovered when a cave on the shores of the Red Sea was revealed by an abnormally low tide following a lunar eclipse and earthquake in 1987. You may be content to not think about it at all, but instead simply enjoy the rich, invigorating, contemplative, satisfying experience that is Tazo.

    How Tazo Got Its Name

    The name Tazo has roots in many civilizations. Tazo actually means "river of life" in the Romany language, and was used as a toast to life by ancient Greeks. Tazo also means "fresh" in several Hindi dialects. In ancient Babylonia, Tazo was a rejuvenating elixit thought to have magical properties.

    Tazo Mission

    To bring you the most intriguing tea in the modern world, on the strength of artful blending, distinctive taste and the use of only premium-quality teas and botanicals. (In other words, a tea unlike any you may have tasted before.)

    How do you brew the perfect cup of tea?

    For a perfect cup of tea, place one Tazo filterbag or teaspoon of full leaf tea in a cup. Bring freshly drawn, cold filtered water to a boil in either a teapot or microwave-safe container. (If you are brewing a green tea, let the water sit off the heat for about 30 seconds after it boils.) Pour over tea. Allow black teas and herbal infusions to steep for 5 minutes, green teas for 3 minutes.

    What is the difference between black, green and herbal teas?

    Every tea falls into one of four categories: green, black, oolong, or white. They all come from the tea plant, Camellia sinensis. The only different is the manner in which the leaves are processed.

    Green teas are plucked, then steamed to neutralize the natural oxidation enzy,e. They are then rolled and either pan-fired or steam-fired to retain their fresh vegetative flavor.

    Black teas are plucked, then allowed to wither to naturally lose moisture before being rolled or crushed. Oxidation takes place during the rolling process and during a further fermentation process, and then the teas are dried in a mechanical dryer.

    Oolong teas are a cross between green and black tea and are called semi-fermented teas.

    White teas are produced primarily from the bud of the tea bush and are carefully hand-rolled and non-mechanically dried to retain a light color and flavor.

    Herbal tea is not technically "tea" because herbals are not produced from Camellia sinensis. Herbal teas include leaves, flowers, grasses, roots, barks, fruit peels, berries and spices. Generally speaking, they are caffeine-free.

     

    Suggested Use

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    Hot tea: Use one bag. Bring freshly drawn cold filtered water to a boil and pour into cup over filterbag. Allow to steep for five minutes. Gently squeeze bag and remove.

    Iced tea: Place two bags in an eight ounce container and steep for five minutes. Remove bags and pour hot teas into a tall glass filled with ice.

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    100%4 out of 4 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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    By Marianne (Arlington , TX )

    Great product and service! So happy you stock this hard to find tea variety and I love the ease of your auto ship program!!

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    By Kelli (Northfield Center , OH )

    A very good Darjeeling for the price.

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    By KIVA (Carbondale , IL )

    Very nice black tea

    I RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!
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    By Bret (Mammoth Lakes , CA )

    After giving up Peet's delicious coffee in 1975 (health reasons), I began looking for a quality black tea. In 1978 I discovered the pleasure of Darjeeling tea, and began looking for the best brand at reasonable cost. I was delighted when I found Tazo teas, and have been drinking only Tazo Darjeeling since 2001.

    I RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!
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    About Tazo

    To most people, Tazo is simply a wonderfully delicious beverage that begins when the world’s finest teas are blended with extraordinary imagination. Modern tea scholars believe that the original Tazo formulas can still be seen on the Tazo stone, which was uncovered when a cave on the shores of the red sea was revealed by an abnormally low tide following a lunar eclipse and earthquake in 1987. You may be content not to think about it at all, but simply enjoy the rich, invigorating, contemplative, satisfying experience that is Tazo.

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