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Jo Malone Earl Grey & Cucumber (Tea Series)

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All sales are final, we are a perfume sampling company - letting you try perfume…

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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.

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Jo Malone Earl Grey & Cucumber is part of the Tea series created in collaboration with Christine Nagel.  Earl Grey and Cucumber is a playful interpretation of the most famous English tea brand, made from black tea, bergamot and citruses. Notes of apple, bergamot, jasmine and aquatic notes, cucumber, angelica, davana, vanilla, bees wax, cedar and musk. The Tea Series was a limited edition set and is very hard to find now.

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  • POLLY STRAUB-COOK - 17th Oct 2019

    1
    Horrid on me

    This one opens nice and then becomes intolerable on me. Which is a shame, because other Jo Malones are quite nice.

  • Ekaterina - 31st Oct 2013

    2
    not long lasting

    This perfum is very good and it suits better in Autumn and
    Winter.
    The tea sensation is really nice and not pushy.

3 Reviews

  • POLLY STRAUB-COOK - 17th Oct 2019

    1
    Horrid on me

    This one opens nice and then becomes intolerable on me. Which is a shame, because other Jo Malones are quite nice.

  • Ekaterina - 31st Oct 2013

    2
    not long lasting

    This perfum is very good and it suits better in Autumn and
    Winter.
    The tea sensation is really nice and not pushy.

  • Gwen - 16th Aug 2012

    2
    Not for me.

    I love Earl Grey tea. I love cucumbers. I do not love this fragrance at all. Stark and inharmonious are words that come to mind. The bergamot seems harsh and the cucumber unnatural. This one's for somebody else.

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