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When I heard that this tea was made by taking a white tea and then soaking it in champagne, i was intrigued. I couldn’t wait to try it. It sounded like a sensualist’s treat. I’m very pleased with the experience of smelling and drinking this tea. It feels luxurious.

The dry leaves smell so wonderful that I want to eat the leaves. They have a wonderful grape and light raspberry smell. The leaves themselves are typical white tea leaves but with a bit more green and a little less downy white than some white teas.

The scent of the dry leaves is excellently expressed in the fragrant brew along with a very light musk as one gets in some grape juices. It leaves a very pleasant aftertaste.

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LENA

oh wow…i’m putting this on my shopping list right this second.

Madison Bartholemew

ok… that sounds amazing!

Carolyn

It feels delightfully naughty to be drinking the champagne-infused tea at my desk at work. I feel like a 50s movie star.

LENA

You just need one of those long cigarette holders and you’ll be set!

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LENA

oh wow…i’m putting this on my shopping list right this second.

Madison Bartholemew

ok… that sounds amazing!

Carolyn

It feels delightfully naughty to be drinking the champagne-infused tea at my desk at work. I feel like a 50s movie star.

LENA

You just need one of those long cigarette holders and you’ll be set!

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I’m a suddenly enthusiastic tea aficionado. I had no idea how varied and delicious teas could be. Also I’m a dairy-free vegetarian, so if you see me say “cream” or “milk” it means soy milk or soy cream.

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