I`d stick with Five O Clock, because it`s more balanced overall than Tea For Two. Tea for two starts with a blast of smoky tea, spices, honey, and then, 3-4 hours later, the scent fades to a very skin scent. It`s a problem with all L'Artisan, you get the artistical part, but the their scents seem to be always poor in the technical aspects of sillage and longevity. Five O Clock is not so smoky and spicey, but last longes and it has a decent sillage. I like how the aroma goes from a tea ginger aroma to a base that remember vanilla cookies without smelling so sweet. It`s one of the easiets lutens to like, and one that it`s not hard to wear at all. While Tea For Two seems more impressive, Five O Clock has the whole package (interesting fragrance, sillage, longevity).