Perfume Directory

Green Tea (1999)
by Elizabeth Arden


Green Tea information

Year of Launch1999
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 251 votes)

People and companies

HouseElizabeth Arden
PerfumerFrancis Kurkdjian
SupplierQuest International
Parent CompanyRevlon Inc > Elizabeth Arden Inc
Parent Company at launchUnilever

About Green Tea

Green Tea is a feminine perfume by Elizabeth Arden. The scent was launched in 1999 and the fragrance was created by perfumer Francis Kurkdjian

Green Tea fragrance notes

Reviews of Green Tea

Mid-range bitterness to start. Mixed, squeezed, almost Real citrus. Not bad so far. I'm sure it is better, in hot weather[?]. Sometimes, heat ruins things. Anyway, the bitterness eventually fades, citrus rules, flowers move in. I only get a touch of tea. Nothing overly amazing or exceptional here.

The florals increase for me later; becomes prettier. Has a light, mellow base. Soft and musky with hints of a fresh garden. Not great for longevity. In the end - not too bad.
10th January, 2020
Most expensive anti-mosquito spray on this planet. Period.
13th June, 2019
Quite fleeting, as I can see it is on others too. I’m in firm agreement on those who found this to be more lemon than jasmine, however my appreciation of the light, steamy, brief tea note trumps the other inconsistencies. Fairly feminine-leaning unisex- like Tommy Girl. Works great as a “body spray”.
24th February, 2019
This would get a positive review if it was called lemon tea. I get a green note that might be green tea but might be any other green plant as well. It’s a sweet cologne. Nothing extraordinary.
08th November, 2018
Fresh, herbal, citrus and clean.

A lovely Summer fragrance which would be amazing if only it lasted longer (I get 2 hours at most).
08th November, 2016
This one of my first perfumes I was ever given. At the time I was 11 so it was not really appropriate for my age or personal tastes. I kept the bottle and slowly began to use it over time.

It is particularly wonderful for Australian summers to which I mean the dead heat days where you feel like you're wearing an inch of sweat the moment you are out of the shower. It is a long lasting scent that helps keep you smelling fresh even on those days. It's a fresh almost citrus scent with the dryness of green tea in it. It fades down to the green tea note and holds for a long while.

While it is not a favourite scent for me in terms of notes, it is certainly my go to for a long-lasting fresh scent that also makes me feel fresh when I am decidedly suffering in the heat.
10th November, 2015

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