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Jiangqi Su –
Here’s my personal perceptions of the four black tea ingredients here offered:
Tea Keemun SFE EA (Firmenich): started with a wonderful aroma of nut and grains. Ended up with an aromatic brewed tea with little fruity and floral facets.
Tea Extract CO2 (Keemun Type): similar with the Firmenich one, but brighter and less roasty. Weaker and softer.
Black Tea Robertet: personally I found it to be the weakest one, but the scent itself is delicate. Woody and nutty.
Beautiful Black Tea Base by PK Perfumery: nothing like the above, it is super aromatic, citrusy, and floral, reminiscent of brewed English tea and orange blossom. Pretty strong and easy to work with.
I love all 4 of these new Tea materials from Firmenich. So excited about them. The Keemun is fresh yet dark at the same time. Earthy, Smokey, cocoa nuances. Very nice black tea.
Elise Broadway –
As mentioned by other reviewers, this is my favorite of Firmenich’s tea offerings; it immediately evokes the deep, oxidized scent of black tea. Much more multifaceted than all other perfumery ‘teas’ I’ve come in contact with. I’ve fallen in love with its ability to deepen the caramel notes of opoponax, and, as an avid tea-drinker, it truly evokes a freshly opened tin of black tea.