The small 30ml bottle got lost in my stash, but I managed to find it a few months ago, and I’ve been using it on and off since then. So let me tell you about this fragrance.
Thé Des Vignes contains the following notes: tea, orange flower and jasmine (top notes), grape, neroli and ginger (heart notes), and musk, woody notes and honey (base notes).
The notes sound really lovely, but the fragrance is rather simple. All I get from Thé Des Vignes is a mix of tea and orange flower, with a pinch of ginger. I cannot smell any grape, musk or honey.
The fragrance is definitely nice enough and very suited to the warmer summer months, but it’s very one-dimensional and also rather fleeting (it’s just an Eau Fraîche after all). I’m happy to use up the bottle I have, but I wouldn’t repurchase this fragrance.
If you’re interested, Caudalie Thé Des Vignes Eau Fraîche is available as 30ml and 50ml. I have the 30ml, and I paid £13.20.