Estee Lauder White Linen is a floral aldehyde launched in 1978, created by Sophia Grojsman. Notes of aldehydes, lemon, peach, hyacinth, carnation, lily of the valley, rose, lilac, jasmine, orris, iris, violet, ylang, orchid, oakmoss, vetiver, cedar, sandalwood, benzoin, honey, amber and tonka. This is an EDP, eau de parfum.
Estee Lauder White Linen Reviews
Fragrantica - "This is pure Sophia Grojsman. No matter what palette she's working with, she knows how to blend a damn perfume. She's like a fearless bartender who pours with a very heavy hand yet still possesses the intuition of proportion—not only do her cocktails pack a punch, but they dazzle with their complexity. Whether it's the amber-lactonic-fruity glamor of Trésor, the mischievous boa-bedecked powdered rose of Paris, or the blindingly aldehydic White Linen, Grojsman doesn't hold back. Say what you will about how "old-fashioned" or "perfumey" her creations are; I, for one, wish contemporary mainstream fragrances had HALF their personality and élan."
Fragrantica - "White Linen is a classy fragrance that does not age. It's as fresh today as when it was first released. It's such a genius composition of flowers, aldehydes, lemon, amber, honey, benzoin, and tonka beans that somehow smells like fresh laundry on a sunny day. It's a green, crisp, fresh scent that works nicely with your body chemistry."