Alkemia Madame Pearl was created by Sharra Lamoureaux and is described as "The essence of a deliciously scandalous tea reading. Fine white tea leaves, delicate bone china, a parchment letter from a mysterious stranger, a menage a trois of elegant vanillas, and a piquant pinch of aphrodisiac white pepper."
From the brand:
“Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea." ~Henry Fielding
This is the alcohol-free spray. It is also free of parabens, phthalates, PDGs and other unpleasant things. Alkemia is a hand-blended and small batch perfumery using natural essences, ethically rendered accords, and lab-created aroma molecules.
Reddit - "Holy cow, I would bathe in this stuff... Who knew I would find parchment paper and white china so appealing? This one created an interesting effect with me - breathing in I get nothing but slightly sweet tea and vanilla, and breathing out I got pure white china. Almost like an "aftertaste" but with smell? I've never experienced that before, but it was unexpectedly pleasant. For me this lasted 8 hours, and even at the end when the smell was only faint on my wrist, I would still get little whiffs while moving around."
A Tinkering Tomboy - "I can smell every note in the description equally, even the bone china. That’s weird, right? I freaking love this. It’s vanilla, and tea, and paper. It’s really soft and feminine with a classy edge. I’m going to get a full size!"
Indie Scent Library - "Citrus white tea with peppery milk. It’s very creamy, with a clear blast of lemon at the very top. As it dries down, the pepper becomes more obvious, as does a base note that has to “bone china” but reminds me a bit of beeswax. It’s very smooth and elegant."
Alkemia - "This is what I wear when I want to feel as grown up and sophisticated as possible, but in the very best ways. It is the LBD, pearls and cashmere of fragrances. No flashy colors here. Pure elegance."