White Tea fragrance notes

  • Head

    • mandarin, clary sage, white fern, sea breeze accord
  • Heart

    • white tea, rose, mate
  • Base

    • musk, amber, madras wood, ambrette seed , tonka bean

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To me it kinda seems like it should be called White Musk instead of White Tea - or at least that's how I perceive it. It's a very clean, light, subtle, polite and pleasant white musky scent. I'm not getting much tea if any - I'm not saying it isn't there, just that I do not perceive it. It's an ultimate white T-shirt daytime fragrance, a not-a-perfume-perfume that quietly chants on your skin its little song about how cleanliness is next to godliness, and you, dear wearer, are rather godly on this account. A very mild like, almost neutral.
28th June 2021
i really like how this fragrance manages to be fresh & clean, but in a warming way rather than a cooling way. it starts off quite salty, fresh, and green, but dries down into what reminds me of warm, clean dryer vent air with an herbal/woodsy twist. very pleasant and comforting and i can't imagine this being an offensive scent to anyone. this is a great fragrance for any gender and i see this becoming an autumn staple for me. :)

it also lasts a surprisingly long time for me considering how light it seems !
23rd December 2020

I'm really enjoying this one! On my skin, I get a nice opening of clary sage, and then primarily the ambrette seed for the rest of the wear. Longevity is a good 6 hours before it fades; I would love to try some of the body products to keep it going a bit longer. I've been reaching for White Tea a lot lately...great for fall/winter!
13th November 2018
I found it pleasant, very strong (positively), fruity and floral, until a white musk soapy note appeared. It's still very present after 6 hours.
7th November 2018
Well, this is a strange one. Starts off strong with (not listed, but I swear, aldehydes), citrus, musk and a whiff of metallic ambroxan. Like a proper, if dated (think late 90's/early 2000's), perfume.

But, less than an hour later, it was just a memory. Frustrating for lovers of green and fresh, or people like me, who just need a hot weather alternative to our heavier hitters. A longer lasting choice would be Ardens's Untold Eau Fraiche, that is, if you can find it, and if you like cedar.

14th April 2017