Green Tea by Elizabeth Arden for women

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SKU 34081
Design House Elizabeth Arden
Year Introduced 1999
Concentration Eau de Parfum (EdP)
Fragrance Notes citrus lemon, rhubarb, peppermint, oakmoss, musk and amber.
Recommended Use Daytime
License Info Samples are hand decanted from the original licensed design house fragrance. Samples are not a licensed design house product. the customer will receive the original Fragrance hand poured into a sterile glass vial. MyPerfumeSamples is not affiliated with design house in any manner.
  1. My favorite green tea perfume ever

    by Betsy on Feb 6, 2016

    I can't really put my finger on any one note. It doesn't really even smell like green tea, per se, but rather (I believe) an artistic impression of green tea.
    I received a small bottle for Christmas at age 17. I was too young to fully appreciate it then, though I did love it even then, and I went through it quickly.
    Many times through the years I have missed it, and I was delighted to find a large bottle online recently, very inexpensively.
    It is probably more suited for spring and summer wear, though I did receive it for Christmas, and therefore I find it appropriate in winter.
  2. Sweet Tea

    by Nazia on Aug 18, 2015

    The scent opens up with orange (a Tic Tac flavored orange) along with Tic Tac lemon and a sort of powdery mint. A few minutes in, I get more bergamot. This stage passes rather quickly, and we enter a very faint heart of jasmine and musk - this stage I can barely smell. The drydown is stronger, a sweetened green tea smell. It doesn't smell particularly green, just tea-like and sweet. The scent is odd in that you think it's gone, but then four hours later you'll get a whiff of it.

    My main problem with this is that I wish it was stronger. It's only refreshing for the first two minutes that you can smell it, and then it's soothing when you happen to get a whiff of it, but that is very rare. I wish that it was more constant, at least for an hour or so.
  3. #1 Green tea by elizabeth arden

    by stacy on Dec 17, 2014

    I think I just love green tea. This is so far my favorite green tea I've tried from Elizabeth Arden. I have no idea why it's the cheapest. No wonder their sold out. :-(

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Elizabeth Arden Green Tea Women's Perfume EdP

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