Tangy lemon and warm spice enchant the mind, but with a quick fading scent it lets down slightly.
I really didn't know exactly what to expect when it came to this perfume. I added it to my queue on a whim because of how much I love tea. What I noticed right out of the gate was that the 'lemon' note is by far the strongest note, in my opinion. When I asked a friend of mine what she thought, she said she smelled the tea right away, this difference could be scent preference, I LOVE the smell of black tea and she does not, so perhaps that is why I find myself "searching" for the tea scent more than some other folks. Overall the perfume is nice, crisp, and homey. It triggers positive memories with me, but my main complaint would definitely be the "stay power". I found that this lost it's scent within an hour or so of me wearing it. Granted it's on the more reasonably priced side of perfumes so I didn't feel -as- guilty about reapplying it. That said, it was rather annoying to have to re-spray myself 4+ times during one evening out.