From Tea Cups to Perfume Bottles: The Scent of Tea in Your Fragrance

From Tea Cups to Perfume Bottles: The Scent of Tea in Your Fragrance

Are you a tea lover who also enjoys the scent of perfume? If yes, you're in for a treat! Fragrances with tea scents are aromatic and uplifting–just like a brew. And the best part? They are mostly gender-neutral so anyone can indulge in them. As a tea addict and perfume enthusiast, I was overjoyed when I discovered tea-infused fragrances. In this post, I'll share my experience with some of the best tea-scented perfumes in different price ranges. So, grab your teacup and walk through the heavenly world of tea fragrance.


Let's start with Elizabeth Arden, a brand that introduced tea-themed fragrances to the mainstream market. Arden's Green Tea Eau de parfum is the creation of the master perfumer Francis Kurkdjian and is worth every penny. It's a fresh, uplifting fragrance and the perfect antidote to hot and humid city days. Unlike many other citruses, tea-infused or otherwise, its vibrancy and sharpness don’t outstay its welcome. Instead, Green Tea settles down to an afternoon nap, becoming cozier, muskier, and a little warm. For around $24, you can't go wrong with this delightful scent.


If you love green tea but want a slightly more complex and sophisticated fragrance, try the Bvlgari Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert. It's a more elegant and refined version of green tea with bitter orange, coriander, and jasmine notes. The scent is light and airy but with an undeniable sense of luxury. It's perfect for both men and women and comes at a price of around $98.


I recommend The Body Shop's Fuji Green Tea Eau de Cologne for a more affordable yet delicious option. This refreshing fragrance is slightly citrusy, blended with green tea and subtle floral notes. It's perfect for everyday wear and can rejuvenate your senses, especially during the hot summer days. At only $20, this scent is a steal.


Go for Maison Francis Kurkdjian's Aqua Media Cologne Forte to splurge on a luxurious tea-infused perfume. This scent is the definition of a cold compress on a sweat-beaded forehead, with notes of matcha tea, fizzy citrus, fresh coriander, and pale woods. It's a complex and unconventional fragrance, but the result is pure magic. The downside? It comes with a price tag of $110 for 35ml. But this scent is worth the investment for someone who adores tea and perfume.


So, there you have it! A guide to some of the best tea-scented perfumes in different price ranges. Whether it's a refreshing green tea fragrance or a complex matcha tea scent, tea-infused perfumes can uplift your mood and transport you to a calming, zen-like atmosphere. The next time you brew your favorite tea, take a whiff and imagine the scent in your perfume bottle. Who knows? You might discover a new signature scent reflecting your love for tea and everything beautiful.

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