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Receiving and holding deoxygenated blood: luminous amber and white tea, cherry blossom and cashmere wood.

 

White tea, cherry blossom, and amber. This is a very white tea blend, well blended, pretty and very delicate. Good throw and wear length.

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A large cup of white tea, with a sprinkling of cherry blossom and a polished wooden spoon to the side.  

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Refreshing white tea with an almost soapy cherry blossom note. It feels both fresh and grounded.

The throw is good, and the wear length is medium-ish, because it does start going mainly amber on me after a few hours.

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Wet: Tea with cherry blossom. Very fresh smelling!

 

Dry: My skin has eaten the tea note, BOO. The cashmere wood(which to my nose kind of reads as like a combination of wood and musky vanilla?) has come through though, and it's about 50/50 note wise between that and the cherry blossom. The cherry blossom is borderline-soapy now, but I think the cashmere wood is keeping it from going overboard.

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I love this so much I don't think I'm going to be able to coherently review it.

 

It is sweet, soft, and a little bright from the white tea.  The tea, cherry blossoms, and wood all blend together to create a beautiful spring scent.  The white tea is always underneath, supporting the cherry and wood, keeping them from going too powdery, too sweet, too fruity, or too woody.  It's like fluffy white and pink cashmere with bright sun and a comfortable spring breeze.

 

 

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Ooh. Pink tinted white tea. Sweet and waftingly beguiling. The cashmere wood provides a nice musk base. I love this too. Its going on the bottle list. This order is gonna be massive.

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Fresh, springy, clean, cheerful, rather tart, and slightly soapy.  The lab's white tea tends to have a sharpness and a sour, citrus edge to my nose.  The cherry blossom adds a sweet creaminess that settles down some of those sharper tones, though.  Pretty, sweet, creamy blossoms floating in a cup of lemony tea.  As it dries down, the cashmere wood is adding a powdery, slightly white musky, clean sweater to the mix, and I don't like the dryness that it brings in.  An undertone of laundry soap.

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This comes out of the gate with astringent white tea notes, very fresh and almost herbal. There's a floral aspect, but the tea is strongest. It's clean without being sharp or veering into cologne territory. It definitely evokes spring for me.

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Opens with a blast of tea, but almost immediately calms down to be more cherry blossom-forward on me. Very bright... and yet the wood gives it a bit of a muted feel and keeps it from being too in-your-face floral. The amber surfaces later and helps balance it a bit better, but it seems like this has the tea note that my skin loves to gobble up. It is a REALLY pretty scent, but doesn't reach it's full potential on me. I'd like to see this wood note in more blends!

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Right atrium starts out as citrusy white tea, a note that never lasts long on my skin.  The next phase is dominated by soft, sweet cherry blossom, and then the gentle wood, a note I'm not familiar with, is evident.  I don't get a lot of amber; this is mainly cherry blossom on me, and could easily be a shunga.  Light and pretty but not really me.  

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