I have to admit I was expecting something very different. I do smell some bergamot in the top, implying earl grey, but it's cut with sugary lemon, while the cucumber is mostly just a quiet green hum that I never would have placed. But the thing that makes it different is that it's quite milky, which makes for a rather strange juxtaposition when placed next to the sweet, bright elements. By the end of the day, it takes on a cocoa vibe as well, so it's kind of like musky chocolate milk. I think I may be making this sound a bit more compelling than it is. It may be doing interesting things, but it does them in a very understated way.
I don't want to immediately write this off for not being the upfront tea smell I expected, and the chocolate milk thing is actually kind of clever, if not my style, so I'll upgrade to a neutral review, which probably could have been a positive if it had just asserted itself a bit more.
I really donít know where all the other notes are on this one; all Iím getting is a super strong earl grey tea. To work for me, it would have to have been softer and cut better with the other notes.
My first fragrance. Loved it at the time of purchase because it struck me as crisp and fresh, unlike all the floral and fruity fare. But having better explored green and herbaceous scents and coming back, I can hardly stand the powdery sweetness and bad vanilla tripping all over the other notes.
Pros: yummy earl grey opening
Cons: powdery sweet"
The name suggests British high tea, with nice little sandwiches.
Problem -- no tea note, no cuccumber notes.
What is here? A generic and sweet fruity note, further sweetened by the beeswax/honey, vanilla and musk.
This is just another juvenile, fruity-sweet musk. Nothing to recommend.