Organic Iced Black Tea

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In every bottle of Tazo tea, you will find amazingly flavorful teas brewed and blended with other good things from nature. Tazo Organic Iced Black is the wonderful (and wholly natural) union of rich, lively black teas and a hearty pinch of amusement at the endless wonders of life.

The recipe for this particular bottle of Tazo was taken from an ancient text, which our tea shaman has followed to the hieroglyph.

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Picked this up on my lunch break. Ehh. There is an off tasting ingredient…I’m guessing it is the citric acid. The only other ingredients are black teas and cane sugar. The citric acid really screwed this up. It’s that sour, artificial taste. Ick. I should have known better.
The glass bottle and top are pretty cool though.


Will never buy tazo bottled. Picked one up @ the airport cuz based on the name I never would have imagined it was sweetened. Ick. It’s a pain to have to hunt down the fine print.


“lightly sweetened” is in very small lettering on the label. I drank about half the bottle with lunch. That was enough…I’m tossing the rest and recycling the bottle. 20g of carbs if you drink the whole bottle…no thanks.


I don’t appreciate folks sweetening my drinks for me, but with that said, their Tazoberry bottled isn’t bad. I guess the berry overpowers the bitter.


I agree about the sweetening! I thought it might not be too bad since it was “lightly” sweetened, but I can’t stand sugar in my tea at all. I also am not a fan of the citric acid aftertaste! Yuck.


@Alannah- I’m w/ you on the citric acid! Adagio does not sweeten their iced teas but they do add citric acid (at least to the white tea that I got free) and it was nasty. Why is it put in anyway? Especially if it’s unsweetened that’s a great way to ruin perfectly wonderful tea.


I’ve never investigated why they put citric acid in. I assume there’s some “freshness” or “stability” reason (like most food additives), but it all but ruins anything it’s in for me! I bought some packaged pre-sliced apple pieces once, and even they had citric acid added (and were TERRIBLE). It’s horrible!


eww, i’m not a citric acid fan. it ruins everything. i’m guessing that it is used as a preservative of sorts.

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Tasting Notes:
Steeped Tea Smell: black tea, sweet, lemon
Flavor: black tea hints of sweet and lemon, but not strong at all
Body: Medium
Aftertaste: black tea and lemon linger
Liquor: translucent orange brown

Very good bottled tea. I would happily select this while out.


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While at Walmart today, I picked up a bottle of this in the checkout line. Not a good decision. As I see in many of the other posts about it, it does have an off taste. I couldn’t stomach any more than 2 sips. I will not be picking up another one of these and hope this note will help you to not make the same mistake I did.

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I’m going so nuts with work today; I think I’d lose my mind if I didn’t have this by my side.

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I generally do not like sweetened iced tea but this Tazo tea comes “lightly sweetened” and it is perfect!


Tazo makes good tea, I like the bottled green tea, there’s a little mint in it that makes it a little sweeter!

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