Summary: I loved it when I first got it and sprayed some on! I have had no comments on it so far though and most of the time that is what I base wearing perfume on. I wore is the other day and after it had settled I thought it really smelled nice. Can't explain the scent though it is quite unusual. All in all it was fresh and came quickly and is in a nice bottle and the price is nice.
Summary: Good/bad smell can be subjective when it comes to perfume so before reading on, note that my favorite Bvlgari perfumes are Bvlgari, White, and Homme Soir. So if you like these types of smells, this may not be the perfume for you. White is sweet from the onset while Bvlgari and Homme Soir become sweet over time. The smell of this Bvlgari Red Tea is incredibly pungent with pepper being the far dominant note (I don't even know if it has pepper).
Summary: This is a wonderful every day fragrance. It's light, sweet, and very feminine. On me it is a very simple, soft and etheral scent; basic sweet red tea that doesn't seem to alter as it dries down.
Summary: This is one of the lower priced Bvlgari perfumes and although it is cheaper, they do not sacrafice ANY of the cleaness, or beauty of their scents! It has hints of rose & tea and is overall a very pretty/classy scent. Def one of my fav summer scents, as I like "spicier" scents in the fall & winter. Does anyone know if Bvlgari has more of a "spicier" perfume? Anyways, this perfume is def a great bargain & a wonderful scent!
Summary: I love this perfume. This was my second bottle, and I always end up wearing it in the summer. It's a very soft, romantic scent. It doesn't stay super strong all day, and I have to hold back from spraying too much (i just walk through one spritz). The description is so right: "Features the sweet and unique roiboos red tea and yunnan red tea blended with of notes of bergamot, orange, pink pepper, fig pulp, walnut and musk.
Summary: When shopping at Amazon for something to buy using a $25 certificate, I did not really know what I was going to purchase so since I do love perfumes I thought, why not try a new scent? I have never used Red Tea by Bvlgari before and thought I would be taking a gamble buying a scent that I have never worn, but I was very much surprised when I received it. It's WONDERFUL! I knew Bvlgari had never let me down before and this is no exception!
Summary: Patience pays off! I have been hunting for the perfect summer tea for me for an oolong time and so many times I've been let down. The Elizabeth Arden teas are good, not great imo. I wanted great. Then comes along Thé Rouge (Red Tea). Encouraged by a flurry of reviews & a forum post about figs elsewhere online, I bought it blind. I'm a spice & woods lover and I adore Bvlgari Omnia, so the buy was easy. It's an oriental lite with rooibos & yunnan teas, sweetened by fig.