Aqua Allegoria Teazzurra 2015

Aqua Allegoria Teazzurra by Guerlain
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7.4 / 10 301 Ratings
Aqua Allegoria Teazzurra is a perfume by Guerlain for women and was released in 2015. The scent is fresh-citrusy. It was last marketed by LVMH.
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Main accords

Fresh
Citrus
Floral
Green
Sweet

Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
GrapefruitGrapefruit Calabrian bergamotCalabrian bergamot YuzuYuzu
Heart Notes Heart Notes
Calabrian jasminum grandiflorumCalabrian jasminum grandiflorum VioletViolet
Base Notes Base Notes
Green teaGreen tea VanillaVanilla

Perfumer

Ratings
Scent
7.4301 Ratings
Longevity
6.1237 Ratings
Sillage
5.7244 Ratings
Bottle
8.5263 Ratings
Value for money
7.137 Ratings
Submitted by Michael, last update on 12.12.2023.

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Serenissima

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Serenissima
Serenissima
Top Review 21  
very special summer retreat in transit
In these midsummer temperatures, "Moroccan tea" - green tea with mint - is my daily companion. At least one filling of the 1.5 liter teapot ends up in me every day.

Who knows me tea lover, also knows that I am interested in unusual fragrances on tea basis.
So of course "Teazzurra" from the Aqua Allegoria series by Guerlain came under my nose.

First of all, I constantly read "Terrazzo", instead of "Teazzurro".
It also turns out that this "Freudian slip" isn't all that far-fetched: "terrazzo tiles" are floor tiles that have been made into decorative floors by artistically adding colorful components since ancient times; as opposed to grown, ground, and polished tiles.
A very small bit artificial also seems to me "Teazzura".

The slightly bitter prelude is certainly due to grapefruit and yuzu.
I also had to first read up on what yuzu is and what you can / should expect from this fruit.
As bitter-tart it is described; so it fits well with the slightly bitter grapefruit and forms a clever transition to the acidity of the lemon.
Bergamot completes this fresh-summer, a little cool welcome.
The aromatic green tea, it has drawn a touch too long, adapts well to this fruity overture. So far, all aromatics fit very well together.
Jasmine may actually almost never be missing in green tea: here too, this always very welcome white flower sets very fragrant accents.
The violet does its part to round off this floral note.
(Why do I just think of violet pastilles again?)
A warm vanilla sound and a proper musk note complete this symphony of fragrances.

Have me head and heart note in the interplay very well liked, so alienates me this base again.
Musk and vanilla just do not fit for me to these citrus fragrances.
I stumbled over this combination more than once.
Actually, I was hoping that Guerlain would find a solution here that didn't remind me of crinkly cream.
I'm afraid this citrus-vanilla-moshu fragrance composition and I will no longer become "Best Buddies".
And I have now learned that it is probably better to avoid this partnership.

That's my personal assessment.
"Teazzurra" is now really not a bad fragrance; it is fresh and cool and certainly an ideal companion if you like these fragrance arrangements.
The duration of the shelf life shares "Teazzurra" with many other summer fragrances.
Guerlain can also not change anything: a more frequent Nachsprühen is recommended; can be with top and heart notes with their skillful melange even very welcome.
I'm sure "Teazzurra" finds a lot of friends and we me in the row of those do not miss.

My neighbor likes everything that is citrusy and fresh and there is also a very great affinity for musk-vanilla bases with her. Not always to my enthusiasm, as I already mentioned here from time to time.
So this bottling of "Teazzurra" ends up with her and will certainly meet with more sympathy there than with me.
That's good and right so!

Friendships you can not force, as we all know, and mere sympathy is with the multitude of fragrances surrounding us a bit little to live with each other.
So, no hard feelings and "Bon voyage, Teazzurra"!
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Duftsucht

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Duftsucht
Duftsucht
Top Review 14  
How much tea does a woman need?
I confess that I have a certain weakness for tea fragrances. Not by chance was "Eau de Thé Vert" by Bulgari the first perfume that I called my own after years of perfume abstinence. Still one of my favorites - but unfortunately on me with underground durability. However, I have found a solution: It's my sleep-in fragrance... Then followed Fragonard "Jasmin Perle de Thé", Korres "White Tea. Bergamot. Freesia", both wonderfully uncomplicated summer scents and some are on the waiting list, for example Jo Malone's "Earl Grey and Cucumber". But when I spotted Teazzurra by Guerlain in the perfumery, I was still instantly smitten. It starts off tart and citrusy with a distinct bergamot, plus other citrus notes with a bitter undertone. Super refreshing and I love those bitter notes. Then after a few minutes, the floral notes are evident. Jasmine and violet from the fragrance pyramid I can believe, but the violet is only present as a powdery hint. Underneath is a nice tart tea note, but it smells more like black tea than green tea to me. Delicately, vanilla and musk emerge over time. Overall, Teazzurra is a very unexciting fragrance to feel good in. For me, it remains rather tart until the end - and that's what I think is great about it!
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4
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5
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9
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MsHellfire

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MsHellfire
MsHellfire
Top Review 12  
Fresh flatterer...
TEAZZURRA just moved in with me. And all it took was two sprayers in one bottle... I knew right away, "Yes, that's it. My new tea."
In the last few years I have unconsciously specialised in fresh-citric tea scents anyway.

As one is used to from the Allegorias, this one is also a quiet treader, fresh and unobtrusive. It should be difficult to create an unpleasant overdose.

And this one could become my favourite. TEAZZURRA starts fresh and citric - not bitingly citric, but sweetishly citric. I clearly associate freshness with green tea, which I recognize in it. Also a very subtle herbaceous note rises into my nose, but only very subliminal and fleeting.
Although not listed in the notes, I am left with a soft mint note that is rounded off by a light vanilla at the end. Repeatedly, I am glad not to be presented with floral notes here. If at all, only very slightly in the background.
The fragrance seems to me to be very harmoniously composed and yet it knocks me out in its simplicity.

Jesus, I really like this one! Ergo: I'm afraid that he will be hired, because this curse is weighing on me... The fact that it's already out of stock at most of my usual "dealers" strengthens my assumption. So once again, enjoy what I get out of it. Hopefully I can keep the fresh bottle from tipping over for a long time.
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Ajfe

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Ajfe
Ajfe
Very helpful Review 11  
Summer without ice
In my early days, when I came across Guerlain, I was immediately interested in the Aqua Allegoria series.
Sure, as a summer scent fan :)
Teazzurra is so far my favorite from the series.
No flowers, no heaviness, no sweetness.
When spraying on I feel as if I would jump into the pleasantly warm sea, let the waves carry me, taste the salty water and breathe.
At the beginning I feel a little twinge in my nose, maybe from the grapefruit and violets?...
I don't know.
Anyway, let's get out of the waves and onto the beach.
Air-dry and enjoy a glass of cool unsweetened green tea, decorated with jasmine flowers.
The scent of violets lingers until the end. Vanilla rounds off the fragrance at the end.
The fragrance combines something tart, spicy and fresh effervescence
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5
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7
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AEO

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AEO
AEO
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I, the old diva
I as an older semester and with no idea many scents that have accompanied me in mine already...I am sorry, do not go. Not to me, old diva. I love bergamot and I also love something completely different, but that...is not possible with me. My skin has no smell of its own, everything you spray on it stays that way. Has advantages because vanilla doesn't kill you. The scent is a mixture between Casmir (the old version, with beginning 20 one did it at that time, litre by litre) and a splash of lemon. Unobtrusive, inconspicuous and meaningless, an unpleasant green herb tickles my nose.
There will be people who like the smell, I don't like it and certainly not on me.
I'm opulent for and AEO was known here... not negative. Now the question is, is that your dishwashing liquid you brought last time? (There's bergamot and radish in it)...Och nö.
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