It always fascinates me how two people can look at the same product and see something completely different. The review of Bengali Gaze below mine describes it as "neutral deep ruby color". I would describe it as a mauvy caramel colour with subtle gold shimmer in the tube and on my pink lips it shows as a frosty nude.
This is a pretty colour for a low key nude lip, or to ramp up a neutral liner or lipstick. Like all JTs, it has good moisturising properties and while the colour and shine don't last (like all glosses) the moisture lasts a long time.
I compared Bengali Gaze with my tube of Ginger Palace and they look exactly alike, so if you already own one, you won't need the other.
For everyone who complains that JTs are too unpigmented, try this one - on my dark pink pigmented lips, it's a low-shine neutral deep ruby color with very small brighter red sparkles that don't really show up. It gives a cherry Popsicle look over balm, but could easily be made to look very dramatic. In fact, even over balm it leaves a nice stain after wearing off. JTs have a long-lasting thick, sticky texture that can be a bit drying without a balm underneath. This one has a cherry scent that goes with the cherry Popsicle look. The tube is a special design with gold scrollwork and a gold cap, and as always the applicator tip is slanted.