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Tea Rose Jasmin Perfumer`s Workshop for women

Tea Rose Jasmin Perfumer`s Workshop for women
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Tea Rose Jasmin by Perfumer`s Workshop is a Floral fragrance for women. Tea Rose Jasmin was launched in 1975. Top notes are lily-of-the-valley and rose; middle notes are tuberose, jasmine and cedar; base notes are sandalwood and amber.

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Lily-of-the-Valley Rose

Middle Notes
Tuberose Jasmine Cedar

Base Notes
Sandalwood Amber

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Tea Rose Jasmin Fragrance Reviews

SmellieKat
SmellieKat

Tea Rose Jasmin is a delightful little perfume for all jasmine lovers. Top notes are a little 'jammy,' meaning they are rich and sweet as the jasmine is shadowed by tuberose. However, as it develops, the brightness of the rose emerges, adding a green, almost lemon quality to the heart notes. Cedar is brilliant here, lending its woody/green apple richness to the base while preserving the creamy jasmine.

I don't find this perfume overly strong, although I do recommend using a light hand because too much could be a bit overwhelming...and jasmine seems to be love it or hate it perfume note. Layers well with floral or citrus perfumes and is also beautiful on its own.

Jul
19
2014
innovativemomma
innovativemomma

I love this scent. I purchased this at TJMaxx for $4. I also have the Rose fragrance. I typically layer these fragrances with stronger perfumes like Thierry Mugler's Angel to tone it down during the day.

Jan
31
2014
AnaIli35
AnaIli35

I purchased a 1 oz. bottle on a whim at Marshall's for $5 (even if I hated it, $5 is a small price to pay). This is GORGEOUS! It is all tuberose and heady, tropical gardenia on my skin; the rose is very much a supporting player waaay in the background. It smells more expensive than it is; a single spritz or spritz and walk in to the mist is more than enough (or you risk smelling like a screechy, cloying bug spray mess). Tea Rose Jasmin is an EDT that wears like an EDP with its monster sillage and longevity. This is a fun, inexpensive addition to your fragrance wardrobe if you're a tuberose/gardenia/white floral lover.

Tea Rose Jasmin is lovely layered with Tea Rose; it lightens the heavy, heady rose in Tea Rose, and the jasmin really shines. .

Don't let the dated, unimaginative packaging fool you- this is a gem!


Update: I have found myself reaching for this lovely scent more and more. It makes me feel like I'm getting away with something because it's not possible for something so beautiful to cost so little. Who thought a $5 perfume could be such a winner?

Dec
17
2013
greenelf
greenelf

This was a real blast from the past for me--I used to work for Perfumer's Workshop at the height of the Tea Rose craze at Bloomingdales, about 1977-1980. We had the Perfumer's organ of 64 different essential oils in various sizes and Tea Rose had it's own separate line of products. This scent is based on their night-blooming Jasmin oil and was also sold as a separate line of products. Eventually they launched their Pret-a-Porter line of EDT's and purse spray perfumes based on the most popular oils--Freesia, Violette, gardenia, Lilac--(Freaking AWESOME lilac!!)Amber, Tiger Lily, French Lily, Lily of the Valley and Amber--which also eventually got it's own line. Oh--and a wonderfully sugary and pure White Jasmin NOT based on any of the oils, that I wore at my wedding! I had the pleasure of getting to know, slightly, the actual perfumer behind Perfumers' Workshop, the brilliant and very eccentric Howard Molyneux--Yes, one of THOSE Molyneuxs--(he was prevented from using his last name on any products he created because the name had been copywrighted by his relatives.) He was a genius when it came to scent and could reproduce any commericial fragrance that had existed since the 30's, when he had worked with actress Constance Bennett on her cosmetic line. I watched him re-create Patou's Joy for a customer using his oils. I tried to do that for months and could never pull it off! He was a tiny man with an eccentric style of dress-(very dandy-ish) an English accent and absolutely the world's WORST toupee! This new, re-packaged version is not as lasting as I remember the EDT of this scent to be, although that could just be my post menopausal nose. Still, I was trilled to smell it again--it always suited me--Howard really understood florals! Unfortunately, Howard was screwed out of this share of the ownership of the company by a sleazeball liar and thief who will go nameless here. He went to his reward in the early 90's and I still wonder what ever happened to his astonishing collection of antique perfume bottles--he displayed and sold them for a while at Bloomies. I'm am sure that heaven is a much better smelling paradise since he got there! Cheers, Howard!

Dec
13
2013
lyciumchld
lyciumchld

Linear, realistic jasmine, with a bit of tuberose. It's clean and refreshing, good for summer or as a layering scent.

Dec
04
2013
karlovonamesti
karlovonamesti

In the tradition of The Perfumer's Workshop's excellent soliflore Tea Rose, this Jasmin flanker smells natural and true to its name. There's a pert green top note of stems and muguet, followed by lush jasmine, with hints of dry tuberose humming in the background. It's fresh and sweet, and reminds me a little of Vanilla Fields. Tightly crafted, very direct, and of shockingly high quality, Tea Rose Jasmin delivers the goods and gives you much, much more than you paid for. The only drawback: don't expect tons of complexity, for this is a very simple composition, and you're basically going to smell like jasmine for six or seven hours. Liking soliflores, or being skilled at layering are prerequisites here.

Nov
30
2013
sherapop
sherapop

It's basically impossible to believe that The Perfumer's Workshop could make decent perfumes, given their prices. And then of course there's the embarrassing Samba series, which I continue to steer very, very clear of--perhaps because of the unintended associations with something like "twerk" (a word however which I learned only last night ;-)). Or perhaps because the bottles just scream out: "Low-brow juice factory--may contain carcinogens". A while back, I bought some Tea Rose, chuckling to myself that the bottle cost the same as a sample. TPW got the last laugh, because it ended up being a quite decent rose perfume!

So, yes, notwithstanding the massive managerial error of judgment that the Samba collection represents, somehow TPW does make decent perfumes, at least in the case of the soliflore series. Tea Rose is beloved to many a perfumista (there are of course a few detractors, but what's new?) and now, following the sage advice of my perfume pal Aromierotici to "just buy it", I have discovered that Tea Rose Jasmin is an equally decent jasmine composition.

There is lots of lush and natural-smelling night-blooming jasmine here, so if that is your nose's desire, you really cannot go wrong with a 1 ounce bottle at the price of many a niche sample: $4.99 at TJMaxx. These bottles are out there to be had, as Aromi and I live in completely different parts of the United States (he in the Midwest, I on the East coast), so a bottle of this eau de toilette will likely be yours if you mosey on over to your local TJMaxx or Ross Dress for Less *ASAP*. There was only one bottle at my store. (Sorry fellow Bostonians!) Maybe this is available at scented monkey or some other shady gray market emporium, but I have not seen it anywhere before now.

What can I say about the perfume, to be a bit more precise? Aromi found a lot of tuberose, and I do find some here, too. To me, however, Tea Rose Jasmin is well named because this analogy holds:

Tea Rose: Rose :: Tea Rose Jasmin: Jasmin


This is mostly about jasmine, and it's the kind I love. Not pseudo- or Alien jasmine; not hedione; not jasminoide. No: this is the real deal. It's possible that it's not created from extracts--somehow the jasmine of Grasse seems unlikely to have found its way into this economical little bottle--but it smells nearly as good as Molinard Jasmin, which I'm pretty sure really is made of jasmine from Grasse. From where else might it come? Molinard is in Grasse!

I find the Molinard a little creamier, a little less green, and less sharp as well. Still, all things considered, Tea Rose Jasmin is a winner, even if you want to use it simply to amp up the jasmine in another perfume. If you already know that jasmine soliflores are not to your liking, you're probably not even reading this review and so do not need to be discouraged from buying TPW Jasmin!

Thanks for the tip, Aromi: you were right! xxxooo

Nov
22
2013
umtaleb
umtaleb

Pure jasmine. Very clear and clean, as if you're standing among them in the evening. Not indolic, not sweet.

Clearly impressive for the price range.

Moderate to high longevity and sillage.

Excellent for layering.

Oct
16
2013
sygrid29
sygrid29

why only three reviews on this wonderful perfume? i have this one and tea rose which is absolutely a great stuff without emptying your wallet. this is a more wearable version of carolina herrera without the civet note.

Oct
16
2013
MsAmazing
MsAmazing

I walked into TJMaxx and found a small 1oz bottle. How thrilling since I've wanted this fragrance for a long time. I hadn't smelled it but was familiar with the other Tea Rose renditions. I then scoured every TXJaxx and Marshals in the greater St. Louis area. No luck. I did find it online and immediately bought two bottles. It is a great summer perfume. A paradox scent both fresh and light and yet strong.

Aug
29
2013
celebrity89
celebrity89

A very strait-forward gardenia with jasmine. Use sparingly!

Jun
03
2013
Aalia
Aalia

The lily of the valley top note is pronounced, and well blended at the same time. You must seek it and isolate it; it so quickly melds into the composition.The middle note of tuberose is strong, but does not overwhelm or destroy the jasmine. The jasmine is pungent and takes on a "warm" characteristic. The cedar, as a middlenote, is a smart addition-as it creates a base-in the middle notes-to calm the tuberose, and secure the jasmine.The special touch of cedar here also adds to the depth of the composition, not too woodsy-a touch mossy and cheery-combined with the
lily of the valley,the two create a vibrant green sensation, wich lasts for hours. Perhaps the sandalwood and amber are creating the very light musk sensation-but they not discernable individually. The sandalwood and amber only arise at the very end, rich, but not powerful. It seems to be-in a bottle-of what I could imagine to be a woodsy area, with fresh dew or rain; lily of the valley and jasmine in bloom; warming in the sunshine on a hot day.
I am a Jasmine lover, and I purchased this on line, unsniffed, for a very reasonable to low price.I am pleased and satisfied with this perfume seleciton.

Jan
19
2009

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