Green Tea Mimosa 2016

Green Tea Mimosa by Elizabeth Arden
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Green Tea Mimosa is a popular perfume by Elizabeth Arden for women and was released in 2016. The scent is citrusy-fresh. It is being marketed by Revlon. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesGreen tea, Sicilian lemon Orpur®, Florida grapefruit
Heart Notes Heart NotesMoroccan mimosa absolute, White violet, Osmanthus absolute, Mimosa, Acacia
Base Notes Base NotesFlorentine iris absolute, Sylkolide™, Heliotrope, Ambrette seed



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At the Head of a Certain Scale
If you were to ask me which of all perfumes is the best value-for-minlet, I do think I would have to put this one at the head of that scale. Certain of the Al-Rehab 'fumes would be close competitors, but I think this one would just ^have^ to take chief place. It's partly by reason of the ambrette-seed that this one takes my fancy so very particularly, that being a note that I have had a singular fondness for ever since I bought a small (?15ml or so) of an essential oil composition called 'Sweet Musk' fræ a hippy stall many years ago. I bought a second bottle as a gift for a certain couple I knew; and neither my bottle nor theirs lasted at all long - the aroma was so compelling - on several occasions when I visited them the aroma was veritably pouring through their bedroom door!

Wherefore to my perception the ambrette-seed is actually the chief note of this around which the others cluster; and it is a great window of opportunity to me that I can procure this ambrette-seed-heavy 'fume at such modest expenditure relatively. And maugre my love of that note, I still probably would not praise this 'fume if it were not in other respects well-composed, with its sweet & prominent flowery note - presumably mimosa - upholding the ambrette gorgeously (see how ambrette is the fulcrum with me?); and the green-tea note (with the citrus elements in train) - which I ^would^ say is ancilliary in this one, umschweifing about the mightier structural elements.

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