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Atelier Cologne Oolang Infini - Collection Originale

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Perfume Description

Oolang Infini was created by perfume Jerome Epinette and has notes of bergamot, Tunisian neroli, oolang tea, jasmine petals, blond leather, tobacco flower, gaiac wood and Haitian vetiver. A gorgeous smoky tea and leather scent.


Atelier Cologne Oolang Infini - Collection Originale

Oolang Infini was created by perfume Jerome Epinette and has notes of bergamot, Tunisian neroli, oolang tea, jasmine petals, blond leather, tobacco flower, gaiac wood and Haitian vetiver. A gorgeous smoky tea and leather scent.

$2.99

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Product Reviews

  1. Earl Grey Infini 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Feb 2017

    There's nothing wrong with Earl Grey tea. Its aromatic bergamot is a pleasure to savor on a cold winter day, and this Atelier cologne is almost a dead ringer for its citrusy aroma. Fans of traditional tea scents will likely be happy with this one, but if you're looking for the dry, smoky tang of Oolong, this probably won't be for you. Longevity on the short side at about 4 hours.


  2. Very wearable 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Aug 2013

    This went straight to the top of my very wearable, comfortable scents. I'll happily wear it to work.


  3. Well named! 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Jul 2012

    The closest thing I've found to sticking your head into a tin of black tea... while it lasts. Not as completely ephemeral as say, Osmanthe Yunnan, but that knocked a star off for me.