Vanilla Bean Macaron

Tea type
Black Tea
Black Tea, Cardamom, Chicory Root, Cinnamon, Cocoa Peels, Licorice Root, Natural Flavours, Roasted Yerba Mate
Nutmeg, Sweet, Vanilla, Dust, Tea, Cake, Cookie, Cream, Creamy, Frosting, Pastries, Mud, Cinnamon, Honey, Oak, Sugarcane, Butter
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Edit tea info Last updated by Lexie Aleah
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Boiling 5 min, 15 sec 9 oz / 254 ml

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This indulgent tea pays homage to France’s celebrated cookie made of delicious meringue. We joined the luscious flavor of vanilla with select black teas for a guilt-free treat that will add a little “ooh la la” to every sip.

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173 tasting notes

Bagged tea from Tazo, great for a quick, no-brainer, I-need-something-sweet-and-comforting kind of brew. I mostly use this while traveling because of the convenience of teabags vs. loose leaf. It’s nice and vanilla-y with a tiny, tiny hint of warm spice. Honestly, the bar was really low on this one, so it passed with flying colors. Brewed according to the instructions on the box.

Flavors: Nutmeg, Sweet, Vanilla


This is my 2nd favorite of the Tazo dessert teas after Glazed Lemon Loaf.

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7 tasting notes

It seems my love of gourmand perfumes is not replicated in a great many dessert teas. This is no exception. Kind of “funky” or off, it’s drinkable and “ok” but I will not repurchase. Something about the strong black tea with the sweetness gives a “stale” vibe. I tried it black and with cream/sweet, but either way a “meh” experience.

Flavors: Dust, Sweet, Tea

Boiling 5 min, 30 sec 3 tsp 11 OZ / 325 ML

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1248 tasting notes

I love macaron’s but the almonds in them do not like me. At some point, I want to find someone who makes them without almonds. Anyway, I can see why they name this after a vanilla bean macaron. The flavor intertwines like a mad toddler while playing with the other flavors. But mostly what I taste is chickory root. The vanilla bean flavor is not nearly as strong as I was expecting. It’s decent when there is nothing else available but not one I would willingly choose if something else was available.

Cameron B.

I would think you could make them with other nut flours?


Yeah. I would imagine someone has done it at this point. Or at least I ho0e so. Maybe I need to experiment

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40 tasting notes

One of my top ten teas

Flavors: Cake, Cookie, Cream, Creamy, Frosting, Pastries, Vanilla

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

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4 tasting notes

If you are looking for a sweet, dessert-like vanilla tea, this probably won’t be for you. Tazo does have it within their Dessert line, but I think that’s actually a disservice to this tea. The licorice root provides a nice balance and keeps the tea from being overly sweet. Lovely if you’re wanting something a little less “in your face” vanilla, but probably not what most purchasers are after.

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237 tasting notes

I’ve liked most of the others in Tazo’s dessert delights line but this one is not a fav. Really it’s not even a like. There’s definitely vanilla but then all I get is mud.

Flavors: Mud, Vanilla

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150 tasting notes

I really, really like lemon glazed loaf, its close to one of my tea bagged teas which is nice because I can buy at the Target really close to me. So because of that I wanted to try the other teas in the tazo dessert delight collection.

Prep: Western
Tasting note: Its pretty bland in my opinion, the licorice root is kind of there and there is some vanilla notes but the black tea is not very good or interesting in my opinion. Will do my best to sip this down but it is not a priority.


I agree, it was okay but doesn’t compare with Glazed Lemon Loaf and I won’t repurchase.


Agreed. I’ve got a few bags to go myself. I wonder how well it would latte up.

Roswell Strange

Personally, the Butterscotch Blondie is my favourite from this line. One of the best butterscotch flavours I’ve ever tried in a tea.


Good to know. I just order the Butterscotch one online since it wasn’t stocked in the store, I normally buy those tazos.

Maybe latte version of macaroon will be better?

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2171 tasting notes

2020 Advent Swap – Day 12

One of my all time really hard to find favorites!

My husband and I both like this one! I was a little worried at first about the licorice root, but I can’t even taste it. Right out of the bag, it smells like a fresh-baked cinnamon roll (which, coincidentally, is what I had for breakfast this morning). After steeping, I smell vanilla frosting. I’ve had vanilla bean macarons before, and even though that wasn’t my first thought when drinking this, I think Tazo nailed that vanilla flavor. It’s missing maybe some almond and some inherent sweetness (guessing that’s where the licorice root came in), but overall I think that this is a great tea that does well at achieving its intended flavors. Thanks for sharing one of your favorites, Devon Bartholomew!

Flavors: Cinnamon, Frosting, Pastries, Vanilla

Boiling 5 min, 0 sec 8 OZ / 236 ML

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1810 tasting notes

Bleggggggg. Someone kindly gifted this to me, but it’s awful. Couldn’t get past one sip.

When my family moved into a new house when I was 12, there was a weird boiled water faucet that the previous owners of the house had installed. This tea tastes exactly like that weird boiled water tasted.

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15942 tasting notes

Had a chance to try this tea, as well as two of the other “Dessert Delights” teas from Tazo. I had very low expectations for the line up, given prior experiences with Tazo brand tea being pretty abysmal. While I liked the other two a fair bit, this one was just down right terrible. I mean, I can’t argue that you definitely do get the French Vanilla flavouring coming through pretty clearly – but there’s also something that just potently tastes like some sort of pasty kind of dough (like fondant) mixed with salty Play-Doh. It was revolting, and I couldn’t finish the mug…

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