Teatime with Mrs. Joho: Tazo Zen Tea
If you haven't seen on my social media accounts yet, thanks to one of my dearest friends, I now have several new teas to try. I'm excited to give them a shot, see what they're like, and let you know. However, before I do that, I want to discuss a couple of my favorite teas. One of them is the tea that started this journey for me several years ago, Tazo's Zen Tea.
What Is Tazo's Zen Tea?
I love this tea! It has been my favorite since day one. Well, I mean since this is the tea that started it all, of course it's going to be my favorite. It's name might be a little misleading, though, as this tea doesn't bring peace and tranquility, but instead brings some amazing benefits and energy.
This tea is made with green tea, lemongrass, spearmint, and lemon verbena. If you haven't guessed it yet, this tea is definitely helpful for weight loss; however, it also has a plethora of other benefits like:
Fighting and preventing cell damage because of catechins (antioxidants)
Improving blood flow
Stabilizing blood sugar for diabetics
Can help boost your immune system
Can promote healthy skin
Can help detoxify your body
Improving respiratory health
Reducing joint pain
And SO much more!
Does it Taste Good? Yes!
It's not over-powering and it doesn't taste burnt or bitter like some green teas. You definitely experience a hint of mint when you drink it, but you ironically don't get a citrusy flavor. At least I don't. For a tea that has lemongrass AND lemon verbena, you would think it would be like sucking on a lemon, but you barely taste it.
This is the tea I drink every morning to get my work day started. Unfortunately it then sits and sits and sits and gets cold because I forget all about it. But the best part is it tastes just as good when it's cold. In other words, you can enjoy Tazo Zen Tea hot or cold!
Policies & Disclosure
Please remember I am not getting paid to talk about this amazing product. I am just a tea drinker wanting to share this particular tea with you and teach you about it. To learn more, please check out my Policy page. Also, I would love to hear from you. Have you tried this tea? If so, did you like it? You can either comment below (please read my “Comments Policy” on the Policy page before doing so) or contact me.
The photos featured in this post are my photos. The first is a photo of one of my favorite mugs with one of my favorite teas. The second is a brewed cup of Tazo Zen Tea.
**This post was originally published on February 11, 2020**