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''Although gossips cannot always wait after noon''
Favourite moment of the Countess, the afternoon tea is for her and her entourage teh perfect moment to talk and discuss about pecadillo, as no topic of absorbing interest may be admitted to polite conversation.
The tea she serves to her hosts is a very gentle blend of fruity and flowery notes, but as she slanders and gossips, it will often leave a bitter sweet aftertaste of spices and bitter orange. A storm in a tea cup.
A fragrance that has impeccable manners (of course). Refined and thoroughly reassuring. If only everything in life was so deliciously agreeable. As comforting as sherry, as welcoming as a cup of jolly strong tea. And just as refreshing. (Red ginger and cinnamon oil give bite to its bark.) Because soft power wasn’t necessarily invented by an American professor. Indeed, female guile is perhaps truly the oldest of all the professions. And county- wide domination does not fall into the lap of the brazen. At all times one must be wily. As discrete as only carpet allows. She can hypnotise with her apparent calm (“Anyone for biscuits?”) and her love of velvety soft furnishings (vanilla and cashmeran). Both are misleading. Be warned. Do not trust her. Be careful of what you say.
Oriental - Spicy - Fresh
Notes: Bergamot-Red ginger oil- Sherry- Cashmeran
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