Comparable tea???

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Dec 29th, '05, 13:57

Comparable tea???

by Angi » Dec 29th, '05, 13:57

I absolutely LOVE a green tea I get from Star*****. It is from a line of Tazo teas called ZEN, and I was wondering if you have a tea that is comparable to it. Below is a description of the tea.

Zen™, a blend of exotic green teas and rare herbs. Includes: green tea, lemon verbena, spearmint and natural flavors.

Thanks in advance
Angi

Mar 3rd, '06, 07:50

Zen green tea

by Guest » Mar 3rd, '06, 07:50

Anyone know if adagio has a tea that tastes similar to this Zen green tea?

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Mar 4th, '06, 11:45
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by Warden Andy » Mar 4th, '06, 11:45

I don't see that on Adagio, nor do I see all the herbals you would need to blend it. Tazo also has loose leaf teas, so maybe you might be able to find that same tea somewhere in loose leaf.

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Mar 5th, '06, 00:25
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by rhpot1991 » Mar 5th, '06, 00:25

Adagio has this: http://www.adagio.com/green/casablanca_twist.html
Which should be somewhat similiar (and it is currently out of stock). Tazo's loose leaf tea you can find in loose leaf in some supermarkets, amazon.com, or cooking.com. As far as Zen goes I have had some batches tasted much more minty than others (I am not a huge mint fan).

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Mar 15th, '06, 18:01
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by MarshalN » Mar 15th, '06, 18:01

The reason it tastes different is because "ZEN" from Tazo is really a green tea blend that uses whatever they find cheaper in order to maintain the same taste. Most bigger tea companies do this with their blends...

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