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Tazo tea was founded in 1994 by a man by the name of Steve Smith. It was eventually sold to Starbucks in 1999. Tazo is based in Portland, Oregon. The makers of Tazo claim that the original formulas can be found on an ancient stone called the Tazo Stone which was uncovered in 1987 on the Red Sea.

The name Tazo comes from the Romany word meaning “river of life”

Tazo is a proud member of ETP or Ethical Tea Partnership, which is an alliance of tea packers who aim to improve the lives of tea workers. They also donate to AIDS outreach, education, arts and literature, and the environment.

There are over 80 varieties of Tazo teas but all teas fall into one of four categories: black, green, oolong or white. Tazo products are certifiably kosher and most of them are gluten free.

 

Now for some top sellers:

 

 

Zen Tea

Tazo Zen  Tea - 20 Tea Bags

 

  • Green Tea w/ Lemongrass & Spearmint
  • Fresh, Lively Taste
  • Kosher Tea
  • Natural Flavors
  • Caffeinated
  • $5.50 / 20 Tea Bags

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awake English Breakfast

  • Combination of Assam, Darjeeling & Black Tea
  • Malty BoldnessTazo Awake Tea - 20 Tea Bags
  • Kosher tea
  • Natural Flavors
  • Caffeinated
  • $5.50 / 20 Tea Bags

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sweet Cinnamon Spice

 

Tazo Sweet Cinnamon Spice Caffeine Free Tea - 20 Tea Bags

  • Rooibos & Herbal Tea
  • Warm, Sweet Cinnamon
  • Spicy Star Anise
  • Kosher tea
  • Decaffeinated
  • $5.50 / 20 Tea Bags

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tazo tea is my personal favorite tea of all time. I love everything about it from the packaging to the flavor. It is very fresh and vibrant. As always, let us know your favorite Tazo tea and if you plan to try any, please review them on the site!

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