During my recent cold, this was one of several pomegranate/green hybrids I tried. While I still found the aroma of roses very discernible, as well as the scent of pomegranate, I didn’t find that those notes carried into the flavor. It seemed to brew completely differently than when I first had it. Now that could be the fault of stuffy-head stupor, but this time I found it to taste more green than anything else. It was actually the least impressive of the pomegranate/green combinations I had, as well as the least impressive of the Zhena’s sampler it came with (including, in addition, Lemon Jasmine, Ambrosia White Plum, and Sense of Peace).

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Maria McMath is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology at Princeton University. She enjoys reading, cooking, spending time with family, and arts of the language, culinary, visual, aural, healing, and martial varieties, and she drinks copious amounts of tea.


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