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Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir by Bvlgari

Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir by Bvlgari
Gender: Unisex
Release date: 2015
Brand: Bvlgari

Key Notes of Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir

What Does Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir Smell Like

Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir by Bvlgari opens with an immediate and robust waft of rose absolute, which is almost immediately softened by the fresh zestiness of bergamot. The initial floral and citrus fusion is assertive yet soothing. As the perfume begins to settle on the skin, it unfolds into an intriguing heart of black tea and magnolia. The black tea note adds an unexpected, smoky edge, while magnolia injects a delicate floral whisper, resulting in an intriguing blend of warm, smoky, and floral tones.

But it’s the base notes where Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir truly reveals its character. The rich, deep, and almost intoxicating scent of oud becomes the star of the show, supported by an earthy undertow of patchouli. This combination results in a powerful, woody, and slightly spicy finish that lingers on the skin. The overall aroma is an intricate dance of floral, spicy, and woody notes that merges into an intriguing, smoky, oriental scent. It's a daring, yet accessible, fragrance that offers a modern interpretation of classic ingredients and signs off with a memorable, strong, and slightly mysterious scent trail.

Review of Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir

Bvlgari's Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir is a unisex perfume that resonates especially with women. Released in 2015, it presents itself as a distinctive scent that manages to capture the essence of fall and winter, making it an ideal choice for those who appreciate a perfume that echoes the warmth and coziness of these seasons.

This perfume is a combination of woody, spicy, and floral scents with undertones of smoky, oriental, and sweet notes. The blend gives it a certain depth and layers that make it more than just a fragrance. It's an experience, a journey even, that starts with a hint of rose absolute and bergamot, explores the richness of black tea and magnolia, and finally settles down to the comforting essence of oud and patchouli.

The perfume does well in terms of longevity, lasting decently through the day. However, it doesn't carry very far, which means it's more of a personal scent, making it perfect for intimate settings or evenings out. Its subtlety could also make it suitable for a relaxed day at the office or a leisurely outing.

On the downside, Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir may not be as satisfying for those who prefer a stronger sillage and a more pronounced fragrance that lingers even after they've left the room. Also, its distinctiveness may not resonate equally with a younger demographic, who may find it a bit too mature for their taste.

Overall, Bvlgari's Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir offers a distinct and layered scent experience that would appeal particularly to women who appreciate a subtle yet complex fragrance.

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