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  • Flavor-wise, what it most tastes like is — wait for it — prune juice, with a little bit of a tea-like earthiness.

    Soda Review: Jarritos Jamaica :

  • In the following questions, “tea-related drinks” covers green tea, other Japanese tea, Chinese tea, black (Indian) tea, and blended tea (either tea tea or other tea-like base) plus other herbs.

    Over two in five Japanese buy soft drinks every day

  • While linden blossom is not so popular as a single note (Tilleul by Roger et Gallet and Lime Blossom by Ormonde Jayne are the only two I can think of that put linden blossom in the limelight), it works really well within tea-like compositions in general (i.e.: in Kinmokusei).

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  • Lastly, there are herbs and flowers used to brew tisanes and are popularly described as possessing a tea-like aroma.

    Tea and Perfume, Part II: Tea Notes

  • Rosy and green all at once, with minty and even camphoreous nuances, rose geranium can add a full-bodied, fruity yet tea-like aspect in perfume.

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  • Tomorrow: natural raw materials with tea or tea-like notes.

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  • Extracted by solvent from the henna Lawsonia inermi leaf, henna has a dark, earthy-muddy, tea-like scent, very much like the paste for Mehendi.

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  • Originated in China and usually orange in colour, Tea Roses have beta carotenes and ionones which make them smell fresh and dewy and tea-like.

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  • But it can be used creatively with other florals and herbs to create a very rich, honeyed, tea-like fruity floral.

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  • But also, if used in very low dilutions, clary sage adds a green, tea-like nuance to light fragrances such as citrusy colognes.

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  • Are there any greek/latin adjectives describing something that is tea-like? Like nimbiform, vulpine, cretaceous?

    October 30, 2016