Fragrance Review: Green Tea Honeysuckle vs. Green Tea Cherry Blossom

Many have heard of the original Green Tea fragrance, as it was launched back in 1999. Green Tea smells of lemony citrus soaked into a cup of green tea. It is herbal, calming, relaxing, fresh, and green. It is light and uplifting…reminiscent of a summer morning, sipping on my morning tea, letting the warm breeze dry my just showered hair, about to start my day.

We have just recently acquired the flankers, Green Tea Honeysuckle and Green Tea Cherry Blossom. Honeysuckle is surrounded by white florals, with honeysuckle being the most prominent note. It has a touch of floral sweetness compared to the original, but still has the background of a lemony cup of green tea. This is great for spring into summer and is a very light and airy fragrance that could also work well in a work setting. We suggest a travel spray for on the go, as this is a light fragrance.

Green Tea Cherry Blossom was released in 2012, and is one of our favorites of the Green Tea collection. This is a fragrance to spray just after the shower for a pick-me-up. It is refreshing, luminous, and pleasant. The most prominent note in this fragance is green tea, followed by cherry blossom, lemon, and bergamot. The base incorporates woodsy and ozonic-aromatic accords. This does last a bit longer than the Honeysuckle and is also a great everyday perfume that is appropriate for a work place.

Green Tea by Elizabeth Arden

 Which is your favorite!?

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2 Responses to Fragrance Review: Green Tea Honeysuckle vs. Green Tea Cherry Blossom

  1. I personally really love the Cherry Blossom one. Great review !
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    Lots of love,
    Anouk Schurink
    Beauty blogger
    http://anoukschurink.wordpress.com/

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