Russian Tea by Masque Milano Perfume. Citrus and herbal accords fuse with subtle fruit, flowers and smoke in Russian Tea, a crisp and refreshing
scent with a deep, velvety feel. The opening is a bright, enticing effusion of bergamot, mint leaf and raspberry tinged with hints of black pepper. A rich accord of black tea dominates the heart, illuminated by lush, lemony nuances of magnolia flower and warmed by lovely, honeyed immortelle. Smooth, enveloping tones of leather, labdanum and
frankincense harmonize with bitter touches of birch in the finish, leaving a deeply resinous, smoky wood trail with a hint of powdery sweetness.
This unisex scent was composed by perfumer Julien Rasquinet. It was first released in 2014 as part of the Act. I collection by Italian design house Masque Milano. Other woody scents by the label include the woody yellow floral Romanza (2015), the woody aromatic Terralba (2013), the woody and earthy (homage to) Hemingway (2018) and the woody balsamic Mandala (2017).