Eau Parfumée au Thé Blanc 
Bulgari (2003)

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Eau Parfumée au Thé Blanc by Bulgari

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About Eau Parfumée au Thé Blanc by Bulgari

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Thierry de Baschmakoff
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A new unisex Bulgari scent. This contains notes of White Tea and Musk.
The fragrance was created by Jacques Cavallier, who also created Bulgari pour Homme.

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There are 58 reviews of Eau Parfumée au Thé Blanc by Bulgari.

Lightly musky (ambrette) white scent. Is it tea? I'm not getting much tea here, but hey, white tea actually smells mostly like hay to me, and this is more aromatic than that. It's very light and not very perceptible though - but II was trying a sample. Maybe you have to douse yourself in it to get more out of it.

Eau Parfumée au Thé Blanc is
a simply perfect accord of light spices, green tea, soapy balsams and white musk. The latter is dreamy and ethereal (kind of victorian, as in a Doris Lessing romance), dominant on the side of a white tea-accord (tea note and soapy resins). A "white linen kind of" fragrance of left back languid english afternoons around the gardens of a royal court, a scent of far southern summers, rich of nostalgia and enchantment. A Jacques Cavallier's sleight of hand for Bvlgari Roma.

Peppery, white musk, woods, and delicate generic flowers. A fresh, piping cup of gently scented white tea. It is a little sweet, yet also dry. Clean and linear, it is definitely safe for work. Au Thé Vert is more enjoyable, in my opinion.

a girl in a meadow by William Page Atkinson Wells 1905

Thé Blanc is a perfect example of how to make a perfume that won't offend anyone, but that also isn't just boring or too mainstream.

It starts with vetiver and black pepper, quickly joined by green tea extract and a bit of sage. As the pepper fades, it gets a little soapy, but mostly just smells like a perfectly matched combination of vetiver, tea, and sage.

I think it works fine as a proper perfume, but it really shines most in its ancillary products, especially the bar soap. If forced to complain, I generally don't like green tea essence (this is one of the only scents I genuinely enjoy it in), and this may disappoint if you actually want a perfume that smells like tea. But I still say thumbs up, very much so.

Hmmm....compared to Bulgari's Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert, this one strikes me as a bit too sharp and leaning towards being a feminine scent.

The pepper in this one spikes up the white tea mystique in this one. I am also an avid tea drinker, and white tea has always struck me as smelling quite flowery compared to green and black teas.

Eau Parfumée au Thé Blanc does capture the white tea sensation quite nicely, yet I imagine it's up to the wearer if he or she wants to sport this particular smell.

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