4160 Tuesdays Hammersmith Tea & Biscuits

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume before you invest in a bottle. Unfortunately, we cannot refund any product that you do not like. If you are new to perfume or wanting to break out of wearing the same scent, try our starter sampler packs so that you can find the perfume that works for you.


4160 Tuesdays Hammersmith Tea & Biscuits was launched in 2024, created by Sarah McCartney.  This is scrumptious rendition of tea and biscuits, we have fallen in love with it here!  It does not hit you over the head with the biscuits, it just gently floats around the tea. A soft, lilting groumand.  It has notes of tea, biscuits, lemon, vanilla, hazelnut, ginger, wholemeal flour, friendliness and hope.. It is an eau de parfum, edp.

From the brand - "We moved to our Hammersmith studio in September 2019, and Sarah wanted to honour the London Borough which became our new home. She made four fragrances, of which Hammersmith Tea & Biscuits is the first. Hammersmith is on the River Thames, home to the Apollo, two tube stations with the same name, and a wide and varied range of people and eating places and we all muddle along together. She made Tea & Biscuits as a symbol of the British way of making friends and getting through a crisis which Hammersmith seems to epitomise. The biscuits featured are wholemeal lemon and ginger with toasted hazelnuts. The tea is black, with oat milk. It was almost finished when our friend, philosopher/perfumer/walking-perfumery-encyclopedia Harry Sherwood came to visit bringing some brilliant biscuit accords of his own. He suggested adding our bran absolute to give it more fibre, and so it was complete."


4160 Tuesdays Hammersmith Tea & Biscuits Reviews

Fragrantica - "As someone who regularly drinks black tea with oatmilk (I’m lactose intolerant) ever since I moved to England 2 years ago, this fragrance hits close to home. But it feels like a posh tea you would have at a cafe in central London. As an American I know all too well that ‘biscuits’ refers to cookies in UK parlance and not the biscuits you eat with gravy. The touch of honeyed lemon reminds me of other gourmands like Lira, Poets of Berlin, and Bake but I love this best of all. The lemon in this is more gentle rather than astringent or too sweet. And the wheaty pancake note is so photorealistic - I love how it develops!"

Fragrantica - "I close my eyes and see myself on a sunny spring day in the kitchen, windows open with a light breeze blowing the sheer drapes. I am sitting at the table with a cup of earl gray tea in front of me and a lemon wedge on a saucer waiting to be squeezed. I squeeze the lemon into my tea while it sprays in the air and now I have lemon juice on my finger tips. The oven timer beeps and I pull out freshly baked lemon scones and let them cool before drizzling them with icing. This is what this fragrance smells like on me. I love it."

Fragrantica - "Opens with black tea, and a soft smell of wheat. The tea smells like actual tea leaves, like when you open the box of tea bags (English black breakfast tea). After the tea disappears it does become warmer and biscuity - not too sweet biscuits, like Nice biscuits or digestives. I love it. Bought a full bottle."

Fragrantica - "The day I received a sample I ordered a fb--the only time I've done that. Needless to say, instant love. I do love gourmands and softer, quieter fragrances and this is both. For me the black tea and biscuits come through with a hint of lemon. The tea smell is realistic, just like opening the canister of loose leaf English Breakfast in my kitchen, a dry leaf smell, not so much brewed. What makes it for me though is the cozy warmth of what smells like natural beeswax, even though not listed in notes. And though it is on the soft side it does last for hours on skin and clothes."