This soothing beverage can trace its beginnings back at least 5,000 years. It is said the Chinese Emperor was outside drinking hot water one day when a tea blossom fell into his cup. He liked it so much he continued drinking. The sipping of green tea became a popular pastime among the wealthy. But drinking tea is about much more than the beverage itself – it has become an art, complete with elaborate ceremonies, decorative teapots, and stiff competition in the best way to a “true” brew.
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When I think of green tea, I think very earthy, grassy, super strong tea leaf. That could just be because I let my teabags steep too long, heh. Vetiver\'s interpretation of it adds... view more some bright citrus, making this a lovely fresh note to use to brighten a dark scent! view less
I love love love this scent, I can make my own green tea cologne now! It is much like the green tea cologne sold by L\'Occitane, which I love but think is too expensive. Thank you ... view moreVetiver!! view less