WŪLÓNG CHÁ opens on citrus notes of bergamot, orange and mandarin. Mediterranean fig and musk provide a base for the fragrance,while oolong tea mesmerizes...
NOTES: Bergamot, orange, litsea, mandarin, oolong tea, nutmeg, musk, fig
Posted by JBS1 on 8th Feb 2017
There are many different aspects to tea, as well as to citrus fruits. Let's take an orange, for example. Picture in your mind picking it up, smelling the outside of it, now peeling it, then taking the first initial bite. What part of this process is the orange in Wulong Cha? Well, two. It's a balance between the smooth outside of the skin, and the smell of the orange that's left on your hand after eating it. Let's do the tea. There's the dry tea bag, the tea that's in your cup, the steeping tea leaves that are left in the bottom of a pan, then there's the healing/relaxing smile of the tea leaf itself. The latter is what Wulong Cha is like. It seems that the juicy aspect right in the opening is blended with the ooolong in such a manner that it preserves the citrus for an extended period. Wulong lasts. You'll get a scent bubble that you will notice all around you. I can still detect it five to seven hours out at about six inches away from my hand. At the minimum, I get eight hours from Cha. That's so much better than what you get from the others that have been produced with the citrus/tea combo. One word that would describe this best: INVITING. Wulong Cha would make a great spring/summer fragrance...all day long, happy scent bubbles. In a comparable difference, the citrus skin aspect is in no manner like The Different Company's South Bay.That one is like when you bend inside of the peel and smell the tart white flesh inside of that peel. Yes, that's a grapefruit, but the idea still can be conveyed. Certainly sample Wulong Cha.
Posted by Tania on 17th Oct 2016
Has a smooth, lemony, green-tea fragrance, but it's so hard to justify the high price tags on this brand, because it smells a lot like Elizabeth Arden's "Green Tea" fragrance.
Posted by JanLast on 31st Jul 2015
This is light, fluffy without being sweet & is the essence of spring. What I like about it most is that it can be used to layer over too sweet scents, can add lightness to heavy scents and is still good on its own.
It is a little pricey, which got it 4 stars instead of 5.