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Collection Homme Thé Brun by Jean-Charles Brosseau Review
Even if tea is right on the name of Thé Brun, we didn’t anticipate it to define the scent strongly from beginning to end. It starts off as a sweet because of the fruity accords, as well as a little earthy. The sugar is sustained as it progresses, even though it feels linear, upon the introduction of more florals. But it is by the end that we’re captivated by the warm and delicate musk. This is not a fragrance everyone would like instantly, but it isn’t strictly masculine. Women can also appreciate this even if the tea’s presence is powerful.
Feels refined, especially once the musk is introduced
We think that this can also be easily worn by women
Has impressive wear time
Black tea can be a little strong, keeping one from appreciating other accords
Settles as a skin scent in as little as two hours
Not a people pleaser, more of a niche fragrance
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Thé Brun is a fougere designed for men by Pierre Bourdon. Launched in 2005, it was made for Jean-Charles Brosseau. The top notes are listed as bergamot, cardamom, pineapple, cinnamon and melon, while the middle notes are lavender, jasmine, orange blossom and lily of the valley. The base is where the tea enters, as well as musk, vanilla, caraway and amber.