Thé Vert 2000

Thé Vert by Roger & Gallet
Bottle Design Martin Szekely
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Thé Vert is a perfume by Roger & Gallet for women and was released in 2000. The scent is fresh-citrusy. It is being marketed by L'Oréal.
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Perfumer

Philippe Romano

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot
GrapefruitGrapefruit
Mandarin orangeMandarin orange
YuzuYuzu
LemonLemon
Heart Notes Heart NotesCyclamenCyclamen
FreesiaFreesia
Green teaGreen tea
JasmineJasmine
Lily of the valleyLily of the valley
Base Notes Base NotesGaiac woodGaiac wood
CedarCedar

Ratings

Scent

7.261 Ratings

Longevity

5.742 Ratings

Sillage

4.942 Ratings

Bottle

6.552 Ratings
Submitted by Antoine, last update on 01.10.2021.
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FlirtyFlower
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FlirtyFlower
FlirtyFlower
Very helpful Review    14  
6 colors in green
Today I was green with envy.
Full of complexes.
Full of headaches.
Full of unbearable thoughts.

So I made myself a yuzu.
And first screamed yuzu.

Was refreshed.
Was surprised.
Was ready for a light green tea.

But waiting and drinking tea was not an option.
Needed a bath with natural soap first.
Made of real verbena with purple flowers and earthy green leaves.
Dived into azure pale green sea worlds of my home bathtub.
Hopped out. So refreshed my soul like a poison green grasshopper.

Gone was the scent.
My rage.
My troubled thoughts.

Thought.
Until the next day.

The next day I thought the scent was coming from my plants.
But I smelled it on my T-shirt.
What dark green florality.
What delight.
What uniqueness.

... and all at once I became addicted to that effect the next day.

Knew the wait would always be worth it in life.

A black cat was also just a myth and not a bad omen.

A Friday the 13th no reason for superstition or dark self-fulfilling prophecies.

A moment of anger, not a basis for long-term decisions.

That's how I fell in love.
In the fragrance.
In the calm.

... and the certainty that there is always tomorrow.
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Greenfan1701
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Greenfan1701
Helpful Review    4  
Black Tea Flavor
THÉ VERT fragrances there are many, so here now that of Roger & Gallet.
Since I'm always on the lookout for good fresh citrus fragrances, I've bought the, but only a small bottle, because blind buy.
I smell ostensibly only lemon, whether that now also comes from yuzu, I can not say, but since this is also a citrus fruit, that could also come from it. After that comes quite a tea aroma, but not green tea, but for me it smells more like black tea. And one that already draws loaange, so really tart.
Otherwise, unfortunately, nothing more comes here after, no flowers, no woods and after 1 hour everything is already over. Nachsprühen is definitely announced here.
Can you have, since there is to buy the for little money on the net, but you do not have to have. :-)
For me is 1881 Cerruti homme (is very cheap to have) and Versense of Versace (costs more) made here much better.
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Elysium

508 Reviews
Elysium
Elysium
Helpful Review    2  
The Truth About Green Tea Bitterness
Should my green tea taste bitter? In a word, no! Green tea should be sweet, crisp, creamy, delicate, nutty, seaweedy, or greenish. But not bitter. If your green tea tastes bitter, it is either weak quality tea or hasn't been appropriately brewed.
While the statement mentioned above is valid for drinkable green tea beverages, it does not apply to wearable green tea scents. Believe me or not, Roger&Gallet Thé Vert is one of the best bitter green tea cologne I've ever smelt. I don't know if the guaiac wood is the source of such a trace of bitterness. Yet the result is so pleasant, masculine, making the scent not only for women. If you take a cup of green tea and dilute it with lemon juice, you'll get something close to this Roger & Gallet number. It starts tart and sharp, but the musk makes it sweeter as it dries down. A posy of white flowers softens the lemon, and the rest of the story doesn't change much until Thé Vert fades.

Thé Vert opening is brilliant, tart, and sharp; it creates around you a scented aura that recalls the bright and divine atmosphere inspired by the Far East land. More, it reveals all the complexity, tenderness, and harmony of the oriental tradition and offers a pleasant soothing effect on the skin. I can recognize a zesty mix of citrus fruits, allegedly sour lemon, bitter grapefruit, and gentle mandarin orange peel's oils. The blend even has a floral tone, which reminds me of the powdery facets of iris and violet blossoms, perhaps the lily-of-the-valley or the freesia provide that fresh accord. The white flowers soften the lemon, and the rest of the tale doesn't change much until Thé Vert fades in. That floral moment is the only prominent feminine aspect of this wondrous scent, anyhow so soft and delicate, not overwhelming or annoying people around or close to you. When it comes to green tea scents, you might immediately think about Elizabeth Arden or Victor Green Tea takes, yet this scent is different. I like how it kindly hugs my skin and smells fresh and uplifting throughout the day.

The heart contains a green tea extract, a kind of like yerba mate or matcha, and the sheer presence of white flowers. I bet some citrus blossoms such as orange or lemon, zagara, or neroli, call it as you prefer, they must be in there cause a pleasant and uplifting citrus aroma stays in the background all the times. The green tea is very pure and natural here. It merely dominates, yet doesn't overstand, and with the added woods, it gives a more masculine character.

Afterward, the dry down reveals with a musky, sweet amber, and woody accord that lasts for 4 to 5 hours on my skin, then it's completely gone, but by then, I'm ready for a more substantial evening or night fragrance. Thé Vert is one of those casual perfumes that don't pretend to be great works of art and deliver plenty of enjoyment for few bucks. More, this is an eau de cologne, a so-called Fragrant Water, and it does a great job compared to many other eau de toilette scents that are gone in half an hour or so.
My flavor suggests me to wear during late spring and all summer daytime, even pleasant but too light for evening or night out. No matter how old you are, it performs well at office, leisure, or weekend with friends. Test it, and you will be surprised about how good is this cologne.

-Elysium
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Athenaida

41 Reviews
Athenaida
Athenaida
Helpful Review    2  
Thé Fresh!
I have tried many Green Tea fumes and I found this one very casual and sporty.
My favorite Green Tea is Eau Parfumee au The Vert Bvlgari for women and men.I like the musk on it but this one is romantic and calm.I don't know why they are so negative reviews about this Spring water perfume.A very comfy and relaxation one with Japanese rose-some notes are not listed- and a refreshing flowery, woody, citrusy and green tea harmony.

From Roger & Gallet site about this fragrance: The caressing majesty of Mount Fuji at daybreak. Allow yourself to be carried away by the radiant, sacred atmosphere of Mount Fuji rising among the tea fields. The senses are aroused, the mind is stimulated under a natural waterfall of green tea and citrus fruit blended with the subtle sensuality of the precious wood. The Roger & Gallet Green Tea Gentle Fragrant Water takes its inspiration from the wisdom and harmony of the oriental tradition. The balancing of body and mind.

This green tea keeps it's promises and pls don't judge it like another one lemon cologne.Feel it.It is unique!
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PBullFriend

305 Reviews
PBullFriend
PBullFriend
Very helpful Review    3  
a cooling breeze in a bottle
I'm not usually a fan of green tea. But this isn't really at all about green tea. R+G The' Vert is really an easygoing, well-blended citrus scent. It seems like the tea is in there only to take the sharp edges off the citrus. Somehow, it does so without the chalky, claylike effect that I think marks glasses of green tea and green tea flavored sweets (I've had both green tea ice cream and mochi that were way too much like mud).

It's beautifully balanced. Interestingly, another website lists its nose as Philippe Romano, who hasn't anything else like it. (He's the nose behind Dali's Le Roi Soleil and several of the fruity-floral Escadas.) It's perfect for hot, stuffy nights when you don't want something too citrusy to wake you up.

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If you take a cup of green tea and dilute it with lemon juice, you’ll get something close to this. One of the best bitter green tea cologne!

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