Tea-flavored vodkas appear to be a category that’s difficult to get wrong. Small Wisconsin distillery James River Plantation (the real James River Plantation is in Virginia, by the by) may not be a household name, but its rendition of tea-infused vodka is about as good as anything else I’ve tried.
The flavor is typical of this category: Intense, sweetened, brewed iced tea flavor, with nary a hint of vodka’s bite. There may be a touch more fruitiness (peach, maybe?) in this spirit than in its competition, and the body feels a bit thick. Those are pretty minor quibbles/comments, however. Most drinkers will find this every bit as good as Firefly and Jeremiah Weed.
70 proof. Naturally flavored.
A- / $20 / ahardyusa.com
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