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Tangerine and blood orange with orange blossom, white tea, and citrus musk. 

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this is wonderful ! after trying mostly very sweet perfumes, the actual tea in this caught me off guard. it’s a light, crisp white tea followed by citrus- almost like fruit loops but like a grown up version

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Such a gorgeous gloss! In the bottle I get mostly a dark, heady orange blossom just like in Orange Blossom & Driftfood. There's a bit of slightly bitter citrus peel underneath. Sprayed I get the fresh crisp tea and more of the citrus musk and zest. Not a juicy sweet scent for sure, a slightly bitter, very grownup citrus. Very sensual. The orange blossom complements it all so well. 

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I tested this on a paper towel, in wet hair, and in dry hair.

 

In all cases, it was mostly like a watered down orange blossom on me, with the harsher elements of the orange blossom softened by the citrus fruits (more tangerine than blood orange to my nose) and musk. There's a burst of white tea with the orange blossom when initially sprayed, but it doesn't end up being a main player on me.

This is a softer hair gloss. It could not compete with my Moona Orange Cream Soda shampoo and conditioner on the day I tried it on wet hair, and I did not get wafts of it on the dry hair day and could only sniff it when I held my hair up to my nose.

 

I'm not big on orange blossom, and this is nicer than I'd expect a scent with that as a dominant note to be. However, for me, it doesn't even come close to the juicy blood orange and creamy amber wonder that is The Geisha and the Samurai HG, so I don't need a bottle.

Edited by doomsday_disco

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I get a laundry detergent kind of generic orange citrus, very cheap smelling. Do HGs need resting as well? I don't really get the other notes of tea or musk, the citrus is quite overpowering. 

 

On the bright side, it's not sweet. 

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