Eau Parfumée au Thé Blanc is one of the results of Bulgari’s earlier success with Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert. Released in 2003, it was created by Jacques Cavallier for the appreciation of both men and women. As the name would imply, thé blanc or white tea, is but one of the many ingredients. Other notes that contribute to its smooth and musky characteristics are artemisia, orange blossom, musk, woody amber, ambrette seeds and white pepper.
Eau Parfumée Au Thé Blanc by Bulgari Review
Eau Parfumée au Thé Blanc is many things, but it is mostly classy and subtle. Once its liquid permeates, citrus could be identified, but it does not become strong. After a while, white tea becomes more apparent, a calming note that is made muskier by the presence of pepper. The Bulgari fragrance is clean and light as well as warm, that it could be worn anytime by men and women should they elect to.
Classy, light scent that is appropriate for work
Can be enjoyed by all sexes
Poses no difficulty to find
Overwhelming musk in warmer temperatures
Less crisp than Thé Vert