So this is likely intended as a substitute for alcohol or cider, and I had it at a Christmas party tonight. I found it to be very sweet, and rather than smelling or tasting like jasmine, it reminded me so much of white grape that I turned the bottle around to look at the ingredients, only to find filtered water, organic white tea, and sugarcane. As a gimmick, or substitute for dessert wine, I suppose it was fine, but as a tea, it just seemed like the typical corporate, mass-produced, oversweetened stuff you get in a bottle.


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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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