###Tazo Tea Lattes###
*London Fog*: Very good; very sweet. First time I had this, I didn’t take the Earl Grey tea bag out, and by the end of a Grande, I was sick of the taste of [Bergamot]. Take the tea bag out before drinking.
*Vanilla Rooibos*: Even better; also very sweet. Floral tea doesn’t overpower the drink. The **Starbucks** employees tend to pronounce *rooibos* like it was French: *roo-bee*. Apparently, it’s Dutch (*Afrikaans* more accurately) for *red bush* and pronounced *roy-bosh* (very soft *sh*, close to *ss*). Still, I like ordering a *Vanilla Ruby* more than a *Roybush*.
*Black Tea*: Apparently, when I had tea with milk and sugar as a kid, I was drinking a Black Tea Latte. Who knew? My grandparents were very ahead of the curve.
*Double Chocolate*: Way, way too sweet. The cupcake tastes like it’s made with artificial sweetener. The icing tastes like sugar with a chocolate liquor aftertaste. Not particularly chocolate-y.
*Red Velvet*: Excellent sour-cream-y tasting icing. Red sprinkles that launch off the cupcake and into clothing with every bite. The cupcake is kind of chocolate-y, but is that a fruity, almost cherry-undertone? Red Velvet is not supposed to taste like cherry, or any fruit. Black Forest is chocolate and cherry. Red Velvet is just red Devil’s Food.
*Vanilla Bean*: Sorry, I don’t buy vanilla cupcakes. I don’t order vanilla ice cream, either. It’s a hang-up I have. I’m all like, why didn’t you finish making this dessert? Isn’t there supposed to be something else in there? Vanilla? Really? It’s like ordering tea and getting a cup of hot water. Oddly, I love a vanilla soda and vanilla yogurt. Anyway, vanilla cupcakes are too boring for me to order. Get it yourself.
###Tazo Fruit Infused Teas###
*Berry* and *Apple*: My sister-in-law tried the Apple and said it was intense. She had to water it down. I won’t get the Apple, but I will probably try the Berry iced. Even if it’s too sweet, the ice will help water it down. Going to wait until the local temperatures around here average a bit higher than 20 degrees, though.