Tea of the Isles is a 'no-nonsense' perfume, i.e. filled with positive common sense, which satiates and provokes a feeling of physical satisfaction as if its aroma could feed our body.
Tea of the Isles has the deliciously spiced odour of cakes just taken out of the oven, and of warm mulled wine. It reminds us winter and Christmas memories, family and home.
For these reasons it is a reassuring aroma that infuses positive feelings, warms up the soul and stirs our senses with memories of voluptuous gluttony.
Its fragrance is made with home spices (cinnamon, grapefruit, cloves) and to appreciate it, it is not necessary to love perfumes, it is enough to love cakes and pastries.
Its simple and natural aroma surprises and involves because it is quite different from whatever is expected to be found in a perfume and those who are not used to using scents or who are allergic to perfumes will particularly like it.