10 Most Deliciously Scented Tea-Infused Fragrances
Tea is a beverage fancy people sip (and a term used to imply there's good gossip to be had), but did you know it's actually a powerful and oh-so-intoxicating ingredient in many fragrances?
While a pot of coffee's aroma is powerful, brewed tea just doesn't have the same intensity. When it comes to home and body scents, however, the leaves in those tea bags really pack a punch.
If you're unfamiliar with these potent aromas, you're really missing out! But it's okay because below we're bringing you the 10 most deliciously scented tea-infused fragrances.
This is the only time Earl Grey will make its way to this list, but it certainly leaves a mark. Much like similar, commonly used teas, this Earl Grey-infused fragrance, which also includes Italian bergamot and lemon, took no time winning us over. The trio of totally different aromas results in a three-dimensional, scent-ual experience that lasts all day. As an added bonus, its bottle and packaging are among the best-designed we've ever seen.
Spongellé Tea Blossom Diffuser: $56
When it comes to our living space, even the slightest aroma can be overpowering. Luckily, such is not the case with Spongellé's Tea Blossom diffuser. The light scent, made up of rich bergamot steeped in red currant, green tea and white amber, is the perfect fresh, fragrant addition to any room in your home. While we recommend it for spring or summer, its clean essence really makes it a fit year 'round. Oh, and let's not forget its accompanying hand-sewn floret, which makes for a quaint centerpiece or vanity accessory.
Spongellé Tea Blossom Romanticism Body Wash Infused Buffer: $20
The perfect underlayer to your fragrance routine, Spongellé's delicious Romanticism body buffer will not only help you exfoliate and cleanse the skin, but it will leave you smelling fresh, with its black tea and coffee extract infusions, in addition to bergamot, red currant, green tea and white amber listed in the diffuser above.
Bath & Body Works White Tea & Ginger Fine Fragrance Mist: $14
We're a sucker for pretty much anything B&BW makes, and this retired aroma from their Signature Collection is no exception. Thankfully, you can purchase this body spray online, complete with white tea leaves, sparkling yuzu, fresh bergamot, geranium petals and a hint of ginger. This scent is as fresh as they come, and because it's only a mist, you don't have to worry about it causing any headaches.
Elizabeth Arden White Tea Wild Rose Eau de Toilette Spray: $56
Feminine with a touch of elegance, Elizabeth Arden's White Tea Wild Rose spray is perfect for date night or weekend brunch. Complete with white tea, pear tree blossom, red currant, rose and musk notes, this fragrance will take you on an aromatic journey, sure to appease the senses. And if you dig this scent, you'll probably fancy the other two fragrances from the White Tea collection (White Tea and Vanilla Orchid) as well.
Innisfree Hydrating Body Lotion With Green Tea: $11.20
Innisfree is the most popular K-beauty brand in Korea, and it only has a few brick and mortar locations in the U.S., including a brand-new shop in Santa Monica, California. The store carries every beauty product you can think of, from makeup to masks, to skincare, to body wash—and, of course, body lotions. We're fans of the brand because their signature ingredient is green tea, making all of their products smell absolutely delightful. One in particular? Their hydrating body lotion. Lather this marvelous aroma all over your body, to create a lasting, moisturizing result.
L'Occitane Thé Vert Eau de Toilette: $70
If you want a fresh, subtle and revitalizing fragrance with full devotion to the green tea aroma, look no further than this item from French beauty brand L'Occitane. The reviews for this product are nearly flawless, and understandably so. Perfect for a school day, weekend errands and everything in between, you really can't go wrong with this light, but oh-so-special scent.
Own Beauty Green Tea + Cucumber Body Wash: $7.50
Talk about a power couple right here! The combo of two of our fave scents (green tea and cucumber) sure makes for a perfect, fresh addition to our bathing routine. With a concentrated formula, a little goes a long way with this body wash—but be sure to generously lather all over the body to get the full fragrant effect.
Aquiesse Mandarin Tea Apothecary Reed Diffuser: $52
For a bit of a deeper, more sultry tea scent, Aquiesse's Mandarin Tea reed diffuser set is packed with juicy mandarin and crisp Ceylon tea notes, creating an earthy, exotic woods aroma. If you're looking to spice things up a bit, this is the scent for you. To top it off, it comes with an elegant smoke brown decanter and glass stopper.
BVLGARI Parfumée Au Thé Vert Shampoo and Shower Gel: $48
This may seem like an awfully steep price tag for a mere gel, but hear us out. BVLGARI created the very first tea fragrance ever made, and it's a pretty penny ($162). That said, it's also one of the most popular tea-infused scents on the market. While you may not feel like splurging on the actual perfume, lather yourself in this delicious, luxe consistency of the same scent, that doubles as a shower gel and a shampoo.
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